RADAR CHECK: Rain has been fairly widespread over the northern half of the state today; a flash flood warning was required for a while for Sumter County in West Alabama. With a cloudy sky, temperatures are mostly in the 70s over the northern and central counties. But, South Alabama is seeing a pretty good supply of sunshine with temperatures in the 85-90 degree range. The rain today is partly in associated with the remnants of former Tropical Storm Marco, although the core circulation is far to the west off the Louisiana coast. Rain tapers off tonight.
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