The deepest plume of moisture is across southwest and south central Alabama, and will see the better chances of rain this morning. There is potential for more developing rain, some heavy to develop across the southern third of the state through the day.
A Flash Flood Watch remains in effect for Choctaw, Clarke, Conecuh, Escambia, lower Baldwin, lower Mobile, Monroe, upper Baldwin, upper Mobile, Washington and Wilcox counties through early Sunday morning.
Weather for today across northern and central sections of the state will remain a bit unsettled. Residual moisture and instability along with daytime heating will result in a lower end chance of showers and thunderstorms.
As is normally the case, the stronger storms could produce gusty winds and locally heavy rainfall.
Rain chances will hinge on any interacting boundaries from previous activity and breaks in the clouds allowing for more heating and instability.
Shower activity should end by the late evening with dry conditions expected for the rest of the night.
The weather will be unsettled on Sunday and Monday as well. We will see a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms mainly in the day to early evening.