That's a whole lot of yellow on Storm Tracker Doppler Radar. And yes, that means there's a lot of rain in the valley this morning. I grabbed that look at 4:45 a.m., but Meteorologist Lauren Jones says we should see more of it today. She'll explain more in her Weather On The Tens. http://bit.ly/GSwBfq
Some areas got too much rain already - Cherokee in Colbert County, especially. Our Muriel Bailey is live there this morning to show you what to beware.
President Obama's on his way to Texas for some fundraising, but most of his talk there now will be on immigration and the crisis at the border. Andrew Spencer picks up the story from there at 5:06. http://bit.ly/1lTlUfJ
We're getting close to runoff elections in the valley. Today, officials are going to test machines to make sure they're running fine. And we'll run down which races you'll see on your ballot and where to get more information.
And I tried everything I could think of to get my sons to stop crying when they were babies? Wait until you see what works for one couple. That's in What's Trending at 5:25 and 6:25.
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