The final remnants of the old trough axis that has help produce widespread rains in recent days will be pushing through the area today.
Deep moisture and residual lift over the area may combine with daytime heating and produce more chances of scattered showers and thunderstorms.
The models have not handled this set-up well in the last couple of days…so we may see only a few storms. However, once the activity gets going…we may see more widespread development.
The trough will exit the state late today, and this will reduce chances of organized rain for a while.
The weather pattern during the upcoming week will be more typical of summer across Alabama.
Daytime temperature will become warmer and rain chances will decrease as an upper ridge builds over the southeast.