The National Weather Service in Birmingham has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for parts of Central Alabama, including the southwestern portions for today and tonight. A system entering our state will be produced widespread showers and thunderstorms across Central Alabama, with a probable threat of localized flooding.

Get our free mobile app

This means there is the chance for rainfall amounts of 1 to 2 inches, with locally higher amounts of 3 inches. Areas with poor drainage may potentially experience minor flooding in addition to isolated flash flooding today through tonight.

Sunday, June 6, 2021 outlook for our coverage areas

“There’s plenty of rain to go around, so make sure to grab an umbrella and prepare accordingly if you head out today,” according to the National Weather Service in Birmingham.

Bibb County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 70%

High near 81

Low near 70

Fayette County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 60%

High near 78

Low near 69

Greene County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 70%

High near 79

Low near 70

Hale County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 70%

High near 78

Low near 68

Lamar County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 60%

High near 78

Low near 68

Perry County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 80%

High near 78

Low near 69

Pickens County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 60%

High near 79

Low near 70

Sumter County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 70%

High near 79

Low near 69

Tuscaloosa County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 70%

High near 79

Low near 70

Walker County

Today: Chance of precipitation is 100%

Tonight: Chance of precipitation is 60%

High near 79

Low near 69

(Source) Click here for more from the National Weather Service in Birmingham.

7 Tips For Driving in the Rain

Things To Have Before It Rains

Ways to Receive Severe Weather Information