Curfew Information from WSFA:
- Dale County (including Midland City, Newton, Pinckard) under curfew from 4 p.m. Wednesday until 7 a.m. Thursday
- Daleville Police will enforce a curfew from 5 p.m. Wednesday until 8 a.m. Thursday
- Enterprise Police will enforce a curfew from 5 p.m. Wednesday until 5 a.m. Thursday
- Geneva County will enforce a curfew from 8 p.m. Wednesday until 8 a.m. Thursday
- Headland Police will enforce a curfew from 2 p.m. Wednesday until further notice
- Houston County (including Dothan) will enforce a curfew from noon Wednesday until conditions are safe
- Level Plains will enforce a curfew through Wednesday night
- Ozark will enforce a curfew from 6 p.m. Wednesday until 7 a.m. Thursday
A list of area warnings and watches from WSFA.
Houston, Henry and Dale counties are under Hurricane Warnings.
Butler Bullock, and Coffee counties are under Tropical Storm Warnings.
Most of the southeast counties including Pike, Russell and Barbour are under a Flash Flood Watch.
Watch the last video report from WSFA's Josh Johnson with details on Michael's track, rain amount, timeline, and more.
Tropical storm Michael is now a full-blown hurricane and is headed towards the Florida panhandle.
In Alabama, Dothan and the southeast counties will mostly be affected.
The Montgomery areas will experience rain and increased winds.
Several area school systems and universities will be closed Wednesday in preparation of Hurricane Michael.
Dothan City Schools, Bullock County Schools, and Troy University will be closed along with many others. See the full list on WSFA's website under School Closures ahead of Hurricane Michael.
Get the latest on Hurricane Michael from our media partner WSFA.
Sign up to receive storm updates from Alabama Emergency Management Agency:
I urge residents in #HurricaneMichael’s path to take shelter tonight & heed all warnings and instructions from local authorities. You can text “ALALERT” to 888777 to receive info on the storm or go to https://t.co/qiSfh4MnrY & https://t.co/m1l8XPLPyA for more news. @AlabamaEMA— Governor Kay Ivey (@GovernorKayIvey) October 9, 2018
The latest from WSFA's Amanda Curran:
Trying to keep up with #Michael? If so, go check out the ‘Hurricane Center’ on https://t.co/8DpFw2ECNz – that’s where the latest information will always be! 📲 https://t.co/C0EtrC7ZkD— Amanda Curran ☼ (@WSFA_Amanda) October 8, 2018
🌀4pm @NHC_Atlantic track has this storm making landfall as a Category 3 Wednesday afternoon ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/XAK5SuGVVu
Estimated rainfall totals from the National Weather Service in Birmingham:
Hurricane Michael update: Far southeast counties have the greatest chance for impacts, with gusty winds up to 40 mph and rainfall totals around 3-5 inches. Locally higher rainfall totals could be possible in the stronger storms. #alwx pic.twitter.com/TTrUlAwGjD— NWS Birmingham (@NWSBirmingham) October 9, 2018
Tropical depression 14 has formed in the Gulf and could affect Alabama this week.
The depression has now been upgraded to a Tropical Storm and is Michael, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Get the latest from the WSFA Weather Team.
Tracking info from Amada Curran:
Good Sunday morning!!— Amanda Curran ☼ (@WSFA_Amanda) October 7, 2018
Here's the latest update on Tropical Depression 14, which will likely be upgraded to Tropical Storm #Michael later today... details on how it will impact Alabama can be found inside our new blog post ➡️ https://t.co/PlJ0LZIV9u pic.twitter.com/OIqT0lo8HW