Areas of rain possible through Sunday afternoon

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – A cold front moved through the Tennessee Valley Saturday and produced several clusters of strong and severe storms. Numerous storms produced very heavy rain, lightning, gusty wind and a lot of hail. Teams with the National Weather Service in Huntsville and emergency managers in Jackson County plan to survey storm damage Sunday.

The risk of severe weather has ended in the Tennessee Valley, but we may not be totally done with the rain yet. The parent storm system is moving just east of our region and will be slow to move further east. This means additional areas of rain are possible through at least midday Sunday. Rain on Sunday will be most likely in Madison, Marshall, DeKalb and Jackson Counties. Like Saturday, however, it will not rain all day.’s Maps & Radar Page
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