Here comes a wind shift and ahead of the wind shift or in this case we'll just call it a cool front, showers and storms are popping up and tracking southeastward with time.
There is still some vertical growth to the clouds behind the front but not nearly to the extent ahead of it.
Dry air at mid-levels continues to filter in from the northwest and so deep moisture is leaving us and that means so is the chance for rain.
Notice towards Memphis that the sky is clear where the air is driest and that's the kind of weather building in over the next couple of days.
Best chance for rain and storms today is across the shaded area. The shower and storm corridor gradually shifts southeastward with time this afternoon.
Notice by Friday afternoon, the chance for rain is practically zero across Central and Northern Alabama. This trend continues through Saturday. Next best chance for showers and storms sets up on Sunday. So mowing weather looks good on Friday and Saturday and you'll have a couple of dry days to get some work done outside.
Jill Gilardi Fox 6 Meteorologist