Those are the clouds rolling through Russellville last night. This morning, there isn't much rain out there. You can check out Storm Tracker Doppler Radar right here http://bit.ly/uDu9dU . A viewer sent us that picture, by the way. You can do the same thing! Just email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Back to the weather. Meteorologist David Ernst is tracking what's still on the radar this morning and if there's any more rain coming our way. You'll see him and your forecast every ten minutes on WAFF 48 News Today.
In the news, we're checking up on a Mastin Lake home invasion, a burglary at a Huntsville Boys and Girls Club and a robbery on Henderson Road over the weekend.
Governor Bentley's talking tough about the state's budget crisis. He says some tightening measures may be needed, and we won't like them. You can read more here http://bit.ly/1uRnl7H
We're also looking into a new website launching today that will help you find shelters during severe weather. Our Muriel Bailey has that for you, starting at 5:03 a.m.
And honestly, I have no idea what Lauren Morrison is working on. But that's the excitement of the Alert Center. Sometimes, she doesn't even know what she's going to be reporting on minutes away from when you see her. She's scouring the wires and internet for the latest breaking news, pictures and videos. You'll see her first at 5:04 a.m. And then, who knows? Look for her constantly up until 7:00.
But WAFF 48 News Today starts at 4:30. I have to run. I'll see you on TV!