Severe weather threat over; flood risk remains overnight

Severe weather threat over; flood risk remains overnight

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - The severe weather threat is over, but gusty winds and heavy rain will be possible through the night. Flooding will be the main concern tonight into tomorrow morning during the morning commute.


The cold front will move through tonight into tomorrow morning. Some post-frontal showers will pour behind the front, providing rain for much of the day tomorrow. Rain will decrease in coverage tomorrow afternoon. Thursday night will be much drier with only isolated showers remaining.

Much cooler air moves in behind the cold front and settles in at the end of the week. A few snow flurries could be possible Thursday night into Friday morning. No accumulation is expected.

Morning temperatures are anticipated to be near freezing, and highs in the mid 40s to end the work week.

Scattered showers are possible Saturday, but sunshine returns to close out the weekend.

More rain is on the way next week. Showers and storms could bring an additional 5-10 inches of rain next week, which could cause major flooding issues.

Stay tuned for more details on next week’s soggy scenario.

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