Hoover Alabama Weather
Gen. Paul Pocopanni greets people at the dedication ceremony of the Veterans Memorial Stones in the park. Hoover city leaders pose for photos to celebrate in the parks after the dedication of the Veterans Memorial at Memorial Park in Hoover, Ala., Saturday, May 14, 2017.
Daniel Porris introduces those who are undergoing basic training to celebrate in the parks as he guides them through a new conscription oath taken by the US Army. Daniel Porres leads those on their way to a basic education to the Veterans Memorial at Memorial Park in Hoover, Alabama, on Saturday, May 14, 2017.
To celebrate in the parks, John Little swears allegiance to the U.S. flag and plays the amazing Grace.
Hoover Mayor Frank Brocato places a giant apple pie served in the parks into a serving pan held by Councilman Casey Middlebrooks on Saturday, April 28, 2018. Hoover councilmen Curt Posey, right, and Lyda Jones, left, shoveled the giant apples to be served at the celebration of the U.S. flag and amazing grace at Memorial Park in Hoover, Ala., Sunday, May 7, 2017. Herbert Hoover City Council members Lynda Jones and John Little shovel and put on a giant apple pie to be served in the parks for the festivities on Monday, June 5, 2016. HOOVER, Alabama - Hoover Mayor Frank Bro Crosstown councilmen Curt Posey (left), Lylas Jones (right) and Derrick Murphy shoveled a giant apple pie as a "celebratory" apple pie to the festivities The Amazing Grace at Memory Park on Wednesday, July 4, 2015.HOOver Councilwoman Lyle Jones of Hoover and Hoover Police Chief Michael Brown set up giant Apple Pies to be served in the parade ground on Tuesday, August 1, 2014.
As a complex of rainstorms moved through central Alabama early this morning, radar indicated a tornado debris signature in the area, but there were no warnings for the storms at this time. Radar showed a brief tornado touching down near the intersection of Interstate 40 and Interstate 75 in Hoover about 10: 30 a.m. The weather service said the tornado reached its strength of about 350 yards as it crossed the storm line, about 30 miles south of the city of Hoover. There were lightning bolts associated with storm lines, and the first tornadoes with debris signatures on the radar did not cause any visible damage, according to the survey team, weather services said.
Forecasters are asking people in southern Jefferson County to contact the weather service if they have any storm damage. Please let us know if you have suffered any damage from the early morning storms or if you have suffered any storm damage yourself.
Stay up to date with our weather forecast as the event approaches, because you never know when the weather will change. When you have a state-of-the-art event in our room, you understand that the weather is unpredictable and you need to be up to date with weather forecasts as events approach because we never know when it will change.
Please also note that you may be seeing worse vision through your telescope than the perfect vision forecast would predict. Hot and humid weather can bring strong storm systems that can severely damage roofs that are not properly prepared, and rain is likely when the predicted humidity is above 95% and the clouds are opaque in the forecast. Also, the forecast during daytime is less accurate, so consider this a good time to cover the telescope.
The windiest day of the year is February 25, and the quietest day this year was July 28, according to the National Weather Service's Hoover forecast.
The most common form of precipitation this year was rain alone, according to the classification, which is based on the National Weather Service's rainfall for the past three years. Precipitation, which is based on a three-hour rainfall around the hour in question, falls linearly and amounts to 10% precipitation. On average, the sky is cloudy and it rains about 1.5 inches per hour or about 3 inches per day.
The most common form of precipitation this year was rain alone, according to the classification, which is based on rainfall over the past three years from the National Weather Service.
The most common form of rainfall this year was the average of 2.5 inches of rain per day, according to the classification.
The most common form of rainfall this year was an average of 2.5 inches of rain per day, with an average of 1.8 inches per week, according to the classification.
The most common form of precipitation this year was a combination of rain and snow, with an average of 2.5 inches per day or 1.8 inches per week, according to the classification.