First Alert: Scattered showers Sunday and Monday, Widespread rain by midweek

Scattered showers will fall over the next two days, but rain becomes more widespread by the workweek.

MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Light showers will be off and on through Monday, then heavier rain will become widespread across the state Tuesday.

Scattered showers will dot the radar Sunday while highs soar into the mid 70s. Showers will stick around through Monday morning, but Monday afternoon will be on the drier side. Monday will be slightly cooler in the 60s, and some of you may not leave the 50s Tuesday.

Rain chances ramp up by Tuesday. Through the middle part of the week, heavier, more widespread rain will fall across Alabama. It won’t be continuous; we will receive breaks between the rain. By the end of the workweek, northern counties could see up to 4 inches in rain, while those further south will see less. The most rain will fall in north Alabama, which will drain into our rivers, so river flooding is a concern by the end of the week.

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