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Monday morning on WAFF 48 News Today

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   Good morning on this Monday. Trent Butler here with a preview of what you'll see soon on WAFF 48 News Today. 
   This morning, we'll bring you the latest information on the continuing water crisis for thousands of people in the Tennessee Valley including where they can pick up bottled water this week. Many people are worried about their health after the West Morgan East Lawrence Water Authority told its customers not to drink the water since the EPA found dangerous levels of chemicals in the water.
   Others have been telling us they can't afford to buy cases of bottled water now that they are being urged not to drink their tap water. 
   This morning, we'll also let you know how people in Florida and Georgia are getting ready for Tropical Storm Colin and the likelihood it will dump a lot of rain in those states. David Ernst is tracking the storm for us. He'll let us know if Colin will affect our weather here in North Alabama. 
   Many people are remembering the life and legacy of the man many call "The Greatest". We'll show you how fans and a former president are planning to honor Muhammad Ali. 
    Please join us for a busy Monday edition of WAFF 48 News Today!    
   

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