All of Alabama could be impacted by severe storms tomorrow. There is a chance for damaging winds, flooding, and tornadoes with this system. More about tomorrow's forecast and the projected timing for these storms is after the jump.

ABC 33/40 Chief Meteorologist James Spann forecasts the storms to impact West Alabama from approximately 11am to 3pm tomorrow. On the ABC 33/40 Weather Blog Spann writes, "After a review of the [...] data… looks like we will need to hit the tornado threat a little harder for tomorrow, especially over the eastern two-thirds of Alabama."

The latest SPC Outlook from the National Weather Service's Storm prediction center shows most of Alabama with a 30%-45% chance of a severe weather event in any given area.

We will keep you updated with the latest information about tomorrow's storms as they arrive. Today is the perfect time to make sure your office and home have a clearly outlined severe weather plan. Be sure that your radio, flashlights, and mobile devices all have fully charged batteries in advance of the severe weather tomorrow.

We'll keep you covered with forecasts from James Spann, and should the situation warrant it, live wall-to-wall coverage from James and the ABC 33/40 Weather Crew. Check out James' latest Weather Xtreme Video below.