Here’s a look at the radar at 7 PM in North Alabama and Southern Tennessee:
Heavy storms continue moving south-southeast through Lawrence, Morgan, Cullman, Winston, Marshall, and DeKalb Counties. Other storms are develop just ahead of the cool front that stretches from Shelbyville, Tennessee to just south of Corinth, Mississippi.
Once the front passes, it will end the threat of showers and storms. The heavier, stronger storms of the afternoon have zapped a lot of the energy from the atmosphere, and that means any additional showers will not have the same kind of potential to grow into flood-producing storms.
The front has slowed and is not moving as quickly as we had expected, so there still may be some showers around up until 9 PM in Huntsville and Decatur, and they may not totally end around Sand and Lookout Mountains until after midnight. The threat of severe weather is very low, but the remaining storms will still have a considerable amount of lightning in them.
Look for a clearing sky tonight with lows in the 60s!