Coverage







Coverage Area

The 5 Team members on the Alabama Weather Prediction Team are assigned different portions of the state to cover. Our coverage works alongside North Alabama/Southern-middle Tennessee SKYWARN so we cross-cover the counties in the NWS Huntsville County Warning Area.

The primary areas that are focused on are northern and central Alabama. Proceed below the image to see a more detailed look at which Team member covers a specific area of the state.

Alabama Weather Prediction Coverage Map

Northwest Alabama/Northeast Mississippi

Andrew is responsible for the counties of Tishomingo, Itawamba, and Monroe counties in Mississippi, and Hardin, Wayne, Lawrence, and Giles counties in Tennessee.

Jacob works in coordination with NALSW (North Alabama Skywarn), so he and Andrew cross-cover many north Alabama counties. Jacob and Andrew are both responsible for the northwest Alabama counties of Lauderdale, Colbert, Franklin, and Lawrence.


North-central Alabama/Southern-middle Tennessee

Andrew and Jacob continue their cross-coverage into the southern-middle Tennessee counties of Franklin, Lincoln and Moore, and the North Alabama counties of Limestone, Madison, Marshall, Morgan, and Cullman.


Northeast Alabama

Andrew's coverage ends here and Andrea takes over with Jacob. They are both responsible for the Alabama counties of Jackson, DeKalb, and Marshall. These are the last 3 counties in the HUN County Warning Area, so Jacob's coverage here also ends.


East Alabama

Andrea is solely responsible for the Alabama counties of Blount, St. Clair, Cherokee, Etowah, Calhoun, and Cleburne.


East Mississippi/West/Central Alabama

Benjamin has the largest responsibly in our coverage area, covering all the way from East Mississippi to  Interstate 65 in central Alabama. Ben is responsible for the Mississippi counties of Lowndes, Kemper, Noxubee, and Lauderdale, and the Alabama counties of Marion, Lamar, Fayette, Walker, Jefferson, Shelby, Bibb, Tuscaloosa, Pickens, Greene, Sumter, Hale, Perry, Dallas, Lowndes, Autauga, Chilton, and Coosa.

 

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