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Monday forecast: sunny and hot conditions persist, chance for overnight showers

Monday forecast: sunny and hot conditions persist, chance for overnight showers

Cloudy, with a high near 86. Northeast wind around 6 miles per hour. Chance of precipitation is 60 percent. Wednesday Night: A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Otherwise, expect mostly cloudy skies with a high near 61. South southeast wind around 10 miles per hour. Sunday: Sunny, with a high near 85. Calm wind becoming southeast 5 to 7 miles per hour in the afternoon.


Central AL Forecast: Rain on tap for the week

Central AL Forecast: Rain on tap for the week

Huntsville set a new record high Monday afternoon: 95ºF. Some may get more than 3-4 inches this week; others may only end up with a half-inch, and the farther west you are (nearer the MS border), the less likely it is that you get the really heavy rainfall.


Early voting for primary runoff election begins Monday

Early voting for primary runoff election begins Monday

Keith Rothfus. Candidates who did not receive more than 50 percent of the vote in their races face the next highest vote-getter in primary runoffs May 22. "Voters know that Scott grew up in the district, moved for college and a career - just as Fitzpatrick did - and has always been tied to Bucks County and this district".


Qureshi lashes out at Nawaz Sharif over controversial Mumbai attack statement

Qureshi lashes out at Nawaz Sharif over controversial Mumbai attack statement

Nawaz's remarks were immediately picked up by the Indian media, which termed the former prime minister's statement as a "confession of Pakistan's role in the Mumbai attacks that left 166 people dead". Sharif on Monday dispelled the notion that the comments were falsely attributed to him, saying that he will speak the truth come what may. The PTI leader further said, "Indian media exploited Nawaz's statement and it reached a point where a meeting of the National Security Council had to be ...


MoD confirms clashes continue in the outskirts of Farah city

MoD confirms clashes continue in the outskirts of Farah city

The Afghan capital has seen an increase in bombings and other attacks against security forces and civilians since the Taliban announced the beginning of their spring offensive on April 25. They said although the reinforcements have helped the security forces, the street to street fight with the Taliban continued. Security forces were able to rescue around 50 employees stuck in the building during the attack, he added.


N. Korea has started dismantling nuclear test site: 38 North

N. Korea has started dismantling nuclear test site: 38 North

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un previously announced the conclusion of North Korea's nuclear testing program and the intended shuttering of the Punggye-ri complex. North Korea is desperately in need of energy ... for their people. "It will be American know-how, knowledge entrepreneurs and risk takers working alongside the North Korean people to create a robust economy".