Tuesday’s storms left behind another soaking for some and hardly any rain for others; we’ll do this again with several rounds of scattered storms around Alabama and Tennessee through the day on Wednesday. We’ve already had heavy rain from Decatur west to Russellville this morning. Most of Morgan County is covered just after 9am. All the moisture moves east through the morning. Higher rain chances will be over southern sections with highs in the lower to middle 80s this afternoon.
A few storms on Wednesday could produce strong winds (over 40 MPH), lightning, and very heavy rainfall. The odds of getting more than 0.2″ of rainfall in the Huntsville area are only around 30%; that chance is nearly twice that near US 278 and along Sand Mountain and Lookout Mountain.