During the first half of Wednesday, clusters of showers and storms tracked through the Tennessee Valley. With a saturated environment in place, these showers and storms had the capability of producing moderate to heavy rainfall. Rainfall totals ranged from 0.50 inches to almost 5 inches where the heaviest bands set up.
Through the morning and afternoon, flood alerts were in effect for areas in northern Alabama. The excessive rainfall led to flash flooding, some roadways became impassable. The runoff will lead to the continuation of minor flooding along the rise of small creeks, rivers, and streams. There are no more Flood Warnings in effect at this time.