If it is dark enough, and if it doesn’t get too cloudy.
This should be a good opportunity to watch the ISS fly over tonite.
For North Alabama :
It should show up at 8:08 pm (CDT) looking SouthWest. Getting higher.
Then by 8:11 it should be nearly overhead(64 degree), to the NorthWest.
By 8:14 it will be going down, towards the NorthEast.
Even if is still cloudy, watch in between the clouds.
It will be the brightest object that you can find, and moving fairly fast.
(The only one you will find thats moving 17,500 miles per hour.)