Quick, Late-Night Radar Check

| February 3, 2014 @ 12:40 am

Not much extra to say. We continue see numerous showers and a few thunderstorms move from southwest to northeast across the state. These showers will persist for the next several hours as the rain shield slowly moves eastward.

We are seeing some heavy rainfall and gusty winds, but severe weather is not expected. Tonight is one of those night’s that will make for great sleeping conditions as there will be a constant pitter patter of rain.

We see the back wedge of the rain approaching the Interstate 55 corridor in northern Mississippi. All of Alabama will see a soaking rain before the sun comes up in the morning. Through the day on Monday, we will see a majority of the showers taper off from west to east across the state as a cold front will continue to move to the south.

2-3-2014 12-31-13 AM

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