MCM-VALLEYALERT

WEATHER: Marion and surrounding counties under Tornado Watch through later tonight

Marion County and several other surrounding counties in Tennessee and North Alabama are now under a Tornado Watch until 7:00pm CDT / 8:00pm EDT tonight. Tennessee counties ... Continue Reading →

Meteorologist Robert Frye: Why Marion County has severe weather in winter months

With the threat for Severe Weather coming in around midweek, most are probably wondering why we are getting bad weather during the winter months. A common misconception many have here ... Continue Reading →

Severe Weather Expected Across Area Today

Chief Meteorologist Robert Frye urges residents in the Marion County area (including Northeast Alabama and surrounding areas) to stay “weather-aware” throughout the day ... Continue Reading →

Area death toll currently at 73

The strong storms that ravaged the area last week not only leave many without power and with damaged property or no homes at all…the storms also leave many in the area with heavy ... Continue Reading →

Very Severe Weather Expected for Sequatchie Valley Today

Severe Weather Outbreak Expected across the Sequatchie Valley with Strong Damaging Winds, Large Hail and even the possibility of violent long-tracked tornadoes. The Storm Prediction ... Continue Reading →

Meteorologist Robert Frye: Severe Weather Expectations for Monday

A robust surface low is projected to slide over the Great Lakes on Monday. A trailing cold front will move through the Arklatex region into the Mississippi River Valley by early afternoon. ... Continue Reading →

Potential For Severe Weather Today

The Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla has placed Marion County and the surrounding areas in a moderate risk for Severe Weather on Monday. Another “spring-like” storm ... Continue Reading →

Severe Thunderstorms possible tonight and Friday morning for the Sequatchie Valley

A springlike storm will move toward the Tennessee Valley Thursday evening. There is a chance of showers and thunderstorms Thursday(PM) and Friday(AM). The Storm Prediction Center in ... Continue Reading →