Photo: Bryant-Denny Stadium 'Calm before the storm'; Weather update

"Calm before the storm' (University of Alabama Athletics Photo)

Kickoff is still over three hours away in Tuscaloosa between No. 1 Alabama and Ole Miss, and University of Alabama Athletics posted this picture of an empty Bryant-Denny Stadium today on their Facebook page.

They called the photo 'The calm before the storm', which is fitting because there are some showers moving near the campus.

According the ABC 33/40 Weather Blog, Alabama fans may see some light showers between now and kickoff, with the heavier precipitation staying south of Tuscaloosa.

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Also, watch for weather updates from James Spann on the video boards tonight during the game.

Update 7:31 p.m.

Fans can expect a light rain at times during the game tonight, but no substantial precipitation.

From James Spann on Twitter:

"A large mass of rain is over West-Central AL... Moving east. Will stay mostly south of Tuscaloosa for now"

Update 6:19 p.m.

From James Spann on Twitter:

"this shower in Tuscaloosa will last about 30 minutes or so. More showers are possible later."

Update 5:59 p.m.

From James Spann on Twitter:

"Heavy rain is falling just west of Bryant-Denny Stadium... over the western part of Tuscaloosa."

Update 5:37 p.m.

From James Spann on Twitter:

"Heavy showers continue over parts of Tuscaloosa and Jefferson Counties. Widespread rain is to the southwest"