The heavy rain will continue to fall across the Valley through most of Sunday night. This means we could see an additional 1 to 2 inches of rain on the already soaked Valley where some places have already seen 2 to 3 inches of rain thus far.
The heavy rain will be ending for the Shoals around midnight. For Huntsville, Decatur and Athens the heavy rain will end by 2 a.m. and for Sand Mountain by 4 a.m..
This means we still run a high risk for heavy rain and slippery roads. Ponding on roads will also be likely through tonight, so please be careful driving if you are going anywhere.
The rain will finally come to a close by Sunday at noon. The rest of the day will be cloudy and cool with highs around 60.
The WAAY 31 Severe Storm Tracker Team will be tracking the storms as long as any threat continues across any part of the Tennessee Valley. Updates are available on WAAY 31 News, at WAAYTV.com, on the Severe Storm Tracker app, and on social media. Stay weather aware and be ready to take shelter is dangerous weather threatens.