The radar is lighting up for the first time in over a month! A broken line of showers and storms continues to track east northeast with time.
Here's a rough idea as to when your area will see the best chance for wet weather today:
The storms will be most intense between now and sunset. They'll also be the most organized during that time span. Most storms will just produce lightning and locally heavy rainfall. A rogue storm could grow to a strong level and produce wind gusts over 40 mph and hail larger than pea size.
I expect the storms to weaken to showers and break up as they move east of I-65 once the sun goes down. The heaviest rain falls west of I-65. Keep up with the latest trends through the WBRC First Alert Weather App.
Catch me at 4pm on WBRC Fox 6 News for first hand storm information,
Jill Gilardi WBRC First Alert Certified Meteorologist