The Townsquare Media Weather Center is monitoring the possibility of an early-week influx of rain. The National Weather Service in Birmingham said, "A line of showers and thunderstorms is expected to move west to east across the area Tuesday morning, bringing heavy rain.”

Timing Outlook

The current thoughts on timing will be from late Monday night to early Wednesday morning. However, the main concern is from Tuesday morning into the afternoon.

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Possible Threats

There is an early potential threat of flooding due to the heavy rainfall.

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James Spann, ABC 33/40, and Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa's Chief Meteorologist, said that with “little to no surface-based instability available, severe storms look unlikely across Alabama.” Also, “rain amounts will be in the 1–2-inch range for most communities.”

Potential Impacted Areas

The National Weather Service of Birmingham has included all of Central Alabama with a primary focus on counties west of I-65.

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