The temperature went up, and then the raindrops came down, mostly in Mobile County today. That helped create gusty wind to mix up the air and improve the air quality. Most weather weather fades in the early part of the night. Lows tonight will sit in the middle 70s, with only a small chance for a shower.
Rain coverage stays below 20% tomorrow, closer to 10%. Most of the wet weather will be in the afternoon- the heat of the day, and it will be more likely in inland counties. We’ll find ourselves in the middle 90s again, with a light west wind.
On Saturday, a weak cold front approaches. That will increase the rain coverage to 60%. Some of the thunderstorms may be strong so have a plan B for whatever you’ve got on the outdoor agenda on Saturday.
After the cold front moves south into the Gulf on Saturday night, we’ll pick up a drier northerly wind. That means Sunday and Monday will be mostly sunny and dry. We’ll start Sunday and Monday mornings near 70, which is lower than typical. Inland communities will start in the upper 60s. Highs on both days stick closer to 90. After Monday, expect the humidity to creep upward so that by the middle of next week, we’ll see some pop up afternoon showers and thunderstorms.
No issues in the tropics. That’s good.