An active weather day continues in Alabama on Saturday night.
Storms have affected much of the entire state today as a complex weather system continues to progress eastward.
One tornado watch has been allowed to expire for parts of central Alabama. But a new one has been issued for parts of south Alabama until 2 a.m. Sunday.
Concerns about flooding are growing as well.
Multiple flash flood warnings are in effect for parts of the state, and the rain continues to fall as of Saturday night.
The Weather Prediction Center said there is a high risk of flooding for parts of southwest Alabama, and 10 inches or more could be possible in some areas that get stuck under training storms.
Three to 4 inches of rain will be possible across parts of the rest of the state through tonight, and flash flood watches continue for many areas.
There still could be a strong storm or two. The Storm Prediction Center has part of the state under an enhanced risk for severe weather, although it has shrunk from earlier today.