The rest of the morning will be mostly cloudy, humid and mostly dry.
Flash flood watch in effect for Marshall, Jackson, DeKalb, Blount, Etowah and Cherokee counties through Monday morning. Fog should start to burn off by late morning.
Tropical Depression Nate moves northeast of Huntsville by early evening taking most of the heavy rain, strong winds, and a minimal risk of severe weather out of the Tennessee Valley by 7 PM.
Buttrick said the combination of storms today and the tropical remains of Nate tomorrow could dump between 1 and 2 inches of rain on parts of MA.
Wednesday's high temperatures will be in the low 60s, while Thursday may get stuck in the upper 50s.
Expect rain during the morning hours with a lingering afternoon shower or two, according to Millersville University meteorologist Eric Horst.
Lows dip to the middle 60s. The worst of the system will be Monday afternoon and evening, as the low pressure aims for our area.
Much of the day will be dry. This front will come into western Mass Sunday morning/early afternoon with a few showers possible. Coverage should be relatively limited, so not everyone will tap into rain.
A general 4-8 inches with locally higher amounts will occur from far southern MS and northern and western Alabama to northern Georgia, middle and eastern Tennessee, western North Carolina and the Virginia Panhandle. Temperatures Tuesday will remain above average in the low 70s again.