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Finally...Lower Humidity Arrives!


The weather will continue to feel fantastic with low humidity and sunshine through Wednesday. Lows tonight will fall into the 60s in most areas highs around 90 for Wednesday afternoon. If we drop to 64-65 in Mobile, that would be a record for the 30th. Near record lows are expected again Wednesday night with widespread low to mid 60s.

The atmosphere will gradually transition back to a more humid, cloudier pattern to close out the week. Thursday will remain rain-free with a return to chances for showers and storms Friday into the weekend. Temperatures will be around 90 during the day and around 70 at night.


Invest 93L will continue to motor westward across the Atlantic. Further development is expected in the next few days and could become a depression within the next day or so. If it becomes a named storm it will be named Bertha. It is too early to speculate where it may eventually end up, but the latest computer model forecasts take it north of the northern most sections of the Lesser Antilles, north of Puerto Rico, east of the Bahamas then a turn toward the north in the vicinity of Bermuda. We'll keep an eye on it. 

Chief Meteorologist Derek Beasley

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