Scattered Showers Linger Monday Evening

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A line of heavy rain has already passed Northwest Alabama and is currently moving over Northeast Alabama:

A few rumbles of thunder are still possible, but the risk of strong storms is confined to our south. The air across Southern Alabama is warmer and more humid, which makes it a better environment for storms to develop.

The main band of rain will be exiting North Alabama by 6PM, with a few lingering showers still around until 9PM. Keep the Live Alert 19 App with you for the latest updates and alerts! You can also swipe over to our interactive radar to track the rain as it moves through.

This wave of showers and storms has come out ahead of a cold front, which will move through tonight. Since we’re still under a southerly flow, temperatures will stay mild this evening despite the rain and cloud cover. Temperatures will stay in the 50s all the way through sunset before finally dropping into the 40s as skies clear overnight.

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