Most of us got through the day without a drop of rain, but we certainly had our humidity and heat. Temperatures were right about average, around 90. On this date, in 2000, both Mobile and Pensacola set record highs of 100 degrees. We won’t get anywhere near that but we will get a little hotter this week.
Lows continue in the middle 70s with a light south wind and generally calm nighttime conditions.
Each afternoon will be partly cloudy into the weekend. Highs rise to near 93 tomorrow. There won’t be many thunderstorms- Rain and thunderstorm coverage should be under 10%. We will get wetter on Thursday, with rain coverage rising to around 30%. That’s not an all-day wet pattern; it would mainly be scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
Beyond Thursday, expect isolated afternoon thunderstorms, with highs in the middle 90s for the weekend.
We keep a light southerly wind through the week, as the Gulf and Atlantic are quiet.