We’ve finally settled into a brighter weather pattern. No major weather systems move through the area for the next several days so enjoy a long stretch of dry, calm weather.
Tonight is mostly clear, with lows holding in the middle 60s.
Tomorrow warms into the middle 80s. It will be a mostly sunny and dry day. Thursday and Friday will be similar. On Saturday, a weak cold front moves through to create just a few more clouds and a tiny chance for a stray shower. Highs on Saturday stay in the lower 80s. That’s typical for this time of the year.
On Sunday, we should be mostly sunny and seasonable with highs in the lower 80s, after starting the day in the upper 50s.
Hurricane Joaquin is no threat to land or islands. It is on a track that will weaken it as it moves northeast in the north Atlantic.
Today was a sunny day at Saint Ignatius School, in Mobile. I spoke to the sixth grade students. We did some cool weather experiments and I had help from Cole, Stephanie, Blake, Louise, and Lyndon. They and all their classmates get the “Alan Sealls of Approval,” as do Ms. Thompson and Ms. Collins. See video of my visit here.