Isolated heavy storms around Friday evening as a cold front moves in

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Widely scattered thunderstorms may still be locally-heavy through early evening; a few isolated storms overachieve and become ‘severe’ with gusty winds, small hail, torrential rainfall, and intense lightning. These storms rumble through ahead of a cold front, but the threat of rain ends as the front passes tonight.

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Main Street Music Festival: Don’t cancel your plans to party the evening away in Downtown Albertville! Storms will be scattered; in other words, there is a lot of space between individual downpours. The odds of heavy rain in Albertville stand at 30% this evening; Albertville PD and Marshall County EMA are ready to make sure you are taken care of IF a big storm approaches. Go have fun at the Main Street Music Festival!

Expect a drier, less humid Saturday! Temperatures start out in the 60s with a partly sunny sky, and we’ll warm up to the mid-80s with some afternoon sunshine. In fact, it’s a great day to do some swimming! Swim for Melissa at Hampton Cove Pool looks fantastic: warm, dry, and no threat of storms.

Need more specifics about the weekend or the rainy threat next week? They’re always online at and in the “Daily Forecast” section on Live Alert 19!