The National Weather Service believes that an isolated storm of supercells may have triggered tornadoes that were tracked in parts of the Blount, Marshall, and DeKalb districts.
Damage was reported in the district of Guntersville. The Meteorological Service reported that emergency managers reported on trees and power lines northwest of Douglas on their way to Highway 431 at Guntersville.
This storm also caused a preliminary warning in Blount County, and weather services received a report of trees down and damage to a mobile building on highway 79.
The National Weather Service in Birmingham said it would send poll teams today to look at damage to the district Blount County
Strong to severe storms can be held throughout the country for most of the day today.
The biggest chances are in parts of northern and central Alabama, which the Sturmowitz Center has a low risk of bad weather. Another state has a marginal risk, which means that isolated strong storms are possible.
Here is the stern forecast of the storm forecasting center for Monday:
The main problems are damage to winds, lightning, hail and heavy rains, but tornadoes can not be the language.
The rain and storm will be possible all day, and the weather service said that several storm waves would be possible, which would be driven by a storm system southwest of Alabama.
Predictors also said there is some uncertainty about how the changes will take place today, so forecasting prediction is likely.
Rain and storm will be possible during the day, with the best chances this day. In the evening, according to the weather service, rain and storm will be possible.