That's a lot of orange and yellow on the Storm Tracker Doppler Radar this morning. Everyone's getting some rain, and Meteorologist David Ernst says to expect the temperatures to cool off as that rain moves through. Of course, getting wet makes it cooler faster. I can attest to that. Check out David's Weather On The Tens. He'll let you know when the rain's moving out of your neighborhood and when you might see it again. And remember, you can check out Storm Tracker Doppler Radar 24/7 right here http://bit.ly/uDu9dU
In the news, we're following up on a stabbing at the Athens High School football stadium. One teenager's in the hospital. Another is in the Limestone County jail. You can get caught up right here http://bit.ly/1rz8IPX and Muriel Bailey will have more at 5:00 and 6:00 a.m. On WAFF 48 News Today.
Lauren Morrison is busy in the Alert Center. She has some cool video of the lava flow in Hawaii and a closer look at the northern lights. And when there's breaking news, she'll be on top of it. She'll be live twice every half hour.
Things didn't go as planned for that unmanned rocket that was supposed to go to the International Space Station last night. It exploded off the Virginia coast. We'll take you there.
And that's just scratching the surface of what we have for you. Let's get to it. WAFF 48 News Today is on from 4:30-7:00 a.m. Join us!