Radar imagery indicates isolated supercells are blossoming over the aforementioned states this afternoon as instability and shearing become conducive for severe weather. An overview of instability parameters reveals the strongest buoyancy is to the south of these supercells, but a sufficient level of energy is on hand for these cells to really get going. Wind shear analysis shows that these storms are pumped with 40-60 knots of shearing- more than enough for severe weather. Composite analysis by the Storm Prediction Center tells me the highest tornado threat is not centered in the supercells crossing into Georgia, but is actually centered over central Alabama. A combination of enhanced spinning and additional instability in the midsection of AL is allowing an increased tornado potential to evolve, making for a very dangerous situation over much of the Gulf Coast this afternoon.