While this doesn't look as potent as Saturday's system, a nonzero threat for severe weather exists tomorrow. While the CAD looks to hold strong in Central and East Alabama, places further south and west will have a warm sector that will be able to support organized surface based convection. In MS and SW AL, south of I-20/59, we may see a few isolated tornadoes and damaging winds. Places along I-20/59 and north of that will see the threat for some hailers with elevated convection with steeper mid-level lapse rates. The hail threat is contingent on more organized, supercellular storms being able to form and maintain themselves without converging into a line.