ST LOUIS (LALATE) – An Alabama Tornado 2015 today has struck near Boyd and York. As a result an Alabama Tornado warning 2015 today has been announced.
The NWS tells news that a Alabama Tornado 2015 warning is now in place for northern Sumter County until 515 PM CST. Officials tell news of a confirmed tornado. Namely at “438 PM CST…National Weather Service Doppler radar indicated a tornado. This tornado was located near Boyd”. The tornado was also near “5 miles northwest of York…moving northeast at 55 mph.” A projected path for the tornado has been released. “Locations impacted include Livingston, Boyd, Emelle, the University of West Alabama, Bluffport, Epes, Gainesville… and Sumterville”. Officials add that “this includes… Interstate 20 exit numbers 1 through 23.”
There are other tornado warnings in place in the state today as well. One tornado Warning for northern Greene County is in place covering also “southern Pickens County in west central Alabama” and “northwestern Sumter County in west central Alabama”. That alert is in place until 515 PM CST. Reps tell news that at “433 PM CST…the National Weather Service indicated a severe thunderstorm capable of producing a tornado. This dangerous storm was located 7 miles north of Emelle…or 18 miles northwest of Livingston…and moving northeast at 55 mph.” For continuing coverage of this and all other tornado warnings today click HERE.