Many locations across North Central Alabama are finally seeing some of the wet stuff falling from the sky. It took most of the day for the atmosphere to moisten up enough to allow for the rain to reach the ground and it looked like they were able to get the BBVA Compass Bowl in the books at Legion Field before the rain started. Not every location will see rain and what rain occurs will not amount to much. Rain is heavier and more widespread across the northern parts of Alabama. All totals should remain around a tenth of an inch. Some locations in West Alabama could see up to a quarter of an inch. The heaviest rain currently remains north and west of Birmingham and a few heavier patches in east Alabama along Hwy 431 from Anniston to Gadsden. The rain should last a few more hours and is beginning to end in Central Mississippi, and it should definitely be out of here by tomorrow morning. Be careful if you are heading out tonight, roads will be slick.
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