Watches and warnings expire
All tornado watches and warnings and severe thunderstorm warnings for west-central Alabama, including Marengo County, have expired.
Marengo County was under a total of three tornado warnings and one severe thunderstorm warning Friday night as a line of severe thunderstorms ripped through west Alabama, with most of the action flowing due east about 25 miles north of Demopolis.
No damage was reported in the Demopolis area thus far.
A flash flood warning remains in effect for Marengo, Greene, Hale, Pickens, Perry and Sumter counties in west Alabama until 6:30 a.m. Saturday.
A flash flood watch means that flash flooding is possible in or close to the watch area. These are generally issued for flooding that is expected to occur within six hours after heavy rains have ended. Those living close to low-lying areas or close to the river need to be aware of the possibility of flash flooding.