Wes Wyatt, WBRC FOX6 News

Wes Wyatt

WBRC FOX6 News

Birmingham, AL, United States

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Past articles by Wes:

FIRST ALERT: Windy conditions Wednesday night, rain & storms likely

Plan for a cold start to the day on Wednesday. Temperatures will recover nicely in the afternoon with highs in the 70s. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Localized flooding possible through Tuesday; rain and storms likely

More rain and storms impacted the area today, with severe storms producing hail, and flash flooding. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Periods of rain, with scattered storms continuing through Tuesday

No organized severe weather is expected tonight, but we’ll need to monitor for a risk of localized flooding. → Read More

Baldwin County deputy drowns trying to save swimmer in distress near Fort Morgan

One deputy died during the rescue attempt, the other deputy is hospitalized. → Read More

Naked man fatally shot after allegedly trying to sexually assault his wife

The suspect allegedly charged at a responding state trooper, who opened fire. → Read More

Dry, hot weather expected for most of the work week

A broad ridge of high pressure will prolong the dry spell through most of the work week. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Near record heat, Code Orange Air Quality Alert for Monday

The summer-like heat pattern will continue for several more days with high temperatures soaring into the 90s this week. → Read More

First named tropical system of the year develops, First Alert for possible record setting heat levels next week

Sub-tropical Storm Ana has formed over the Atlantic, about 200 miles from Bermuda. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Don’t put away the jacket, more chilly mornings ahead

There will be some lingering clouds tonight, but we will return to a mostly sunny setup on Thursday. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Severe storm threat ends, localized flooding will continue

The severe storm threat has ended for our area, but the concern for flooding continues. → Read More

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Wind advisory until 4 a.m., Sunshine returns Sunday

FIRST ALERT WEATHER: Wind advisory until 4 a.m., Sunshine returns Sunday → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Chance of showers & storms returns late Tuesday into Wednesday

There will be two rounds of wet weather impacting the state over the next five days. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Rain, sleet, and snow as a winter storm impacts Alabama overnight

The greatest concern is in Winston, Marion, and Lamar counties, where a winter storm warning is in effect. → Read More

FIRST ALERT Weather Day Monday: Confidence increasing in a significant threat of freezing rain and ice

Confidence is increasing in the potential for a more significant ice situation and winter storm threat on Monday. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Temperatures dropping into the 20s Tuesday night, possibility of patchy freezing fog

Plan for the deep freeze tonight as lows tumble into the middle 20s. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Rain and storms Wednesday

A few scattered showers could arrive as early as tomorrow morning, but the main line of rain and storms will impact the state tomorrow night. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Possibility of freezing temperatures and widespread frost Monday morning

The weather is going to be perfect for all of the trick-or-treaters planning to go out this evening. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Scattered storms likely through Sunday evening

We’re tracking numerous scattered storms and showers this Sunday afternoon and some storms have been strong with intense lightning, gusty straight-line winds, and very heavy rainfall. → Read More

Scattered storms and showers likely on Sunday, also stormy at times on Monday and Tuesday

The remnants of Laura have moved east but there is still lots of tropical moisture in the lower levels of the atmosphere, which is making for very muggy conditions. → Read More

FIRST ALERT: Hurricane Marco less than 300 miles from the Gulf Coast

Tracking two tropical systems which may impact The Alabama Gulf Coast. → Read More