Gradually Less Warm and Less Humid


Gradually Less Warm and Less Humid

MOBILE, Alabama -

You may have heard about a cold front moving south across our area. That is happening tonight but don't expect dramatic changes. This time of year, many cold fronts lose their punch by the time they reach the Gulf. Our thunderstorms and waterspouts earlier today were stirred up by the approaching front. Most of the wet weather ends tonight, as lows settle down to the lower 70s.

Winds will become northwesterly and humidity will slowly fall in the next two days but the daytime highs won't be much lower until Friday or Saturday. Tomorrow is dry for most of us. Highs will reach 90. There's only a small chance of an isolated shower, mainly in coastal counties. A few waterspouts may still form along the coast.

Tomorrow night and the next few nights finally show the results of a cold front- our lows will be in the upper 60s with mostly clear skies.

Thursday should be a mostly sunny day with humidity noticeably lower. There is still a tiny chance for a shower on Thursday. By Friday and Saturday, highs settle in the upper 80s, with sunshine continuing.

On this 10th anniversary of the landfall of Hurricane Ivan, no problems in the Gulf. Hurricane Edouard remains in the central Atlantic. It was a category 3 (major hurricane today) but it's back to a category 2. If you missed our rebroadcast of Hurricane Ivan's Impact on the Gulf Coast, you can watch it here. ... and here's a little video from my visit to Vigor H.S. today to speak in the science class.


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