It is wet out there this morning, and that's putting it mildly. Storms moved through overnight and, this morning, most of North Alabama is under a flash flood watch. Meteorologist Jeff Castle is tracking that rain for you. Check out what he sees for your morning commute and your day ahead with his Weather On The Tens this morning on WAFF 48 News Today. In the meantime, here's your quick check of Storm Tracker Doppler Radar http://bit.ly/uDu9dU
In the news, we're working for more information on a person found in the middle of the road overnight on Highway 31 in Decatur. The details are sketchy right now, but Lauren Morrison is on the phone right now. She'll join us live at the top of the 5:00 and 6:00 newscasts this morning.
Christine Pae's sifting through the Alabama Accountability Act, helping preview the list of failing schools, which comes out today. She'll also delve into what that definition means for schools and some of you, in case you want to move your children to a non-failing public school or private school.
Have you heard about the Whitey Bulger trial in Massachusetts? Http://bit.ly/128wt4C The testimony sounds like it's straight out of a Hollywood movie. He was on the FBI's Most Wanted List for 12 years and is accused of participating in 19 murders. Ed Payne gets us caught up at 5:14.
And the final three are singing their hearts out on The Voice. They gave it their best shots, three times over, last night. We'll bring you some of the highlights so you can decide who to vote for tonight, the grand finale. That's at 5:55.
But we're on TV right now, so let's go. Come join us!
-- Jim Abath