BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - The National Weather Service says much of Alabama is in store for a round of bad weather.
Forecasters say northern and western Alabama are at risk Tuesday for severe storms that could bring tornadoes, damaging winds, hail and heavy rain.
The threat of severe weather is greatest in the northwestern half of the state in an area that includes Birmingham, Tuscaloosa and all of the Tennessee Valley.
The weather service says that region is at high risk for damaging winds blowing to 70 mph. There's also a moderate risk for tornadoes.
There's a reduced chance of strong storms in southern and southeastern Alabama.
The potential bad weather is linked to a system reaching from the Gulf Coast nearly to the Great Lakes.
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This beautiful, Biblical outdoor theme park is located on more than two hundred acres of land in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains.
Crews are currently working to clear the 2100 block of Cummings Highway.
Police spokeswoman Evie West tells Channel 3, the child was left in the van for about 20 minutes while the temperature was about 93 degrees outside.
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