MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – The sweater and pumpkin spice weather returns to the Gulf Coast next week. The coolest air mass of the season is forecast to push into the News 5 area dropping our overnight low temperatures 15 to 20 degrees below normal.

At the upper levels, a trough will build into region during the first half of next week. This will drive a cold front through the area on Sunday night and into Monday. This front will bring a slight rain chance for both days, but only a few isolated showers are expected. Temperatures will be a bit cooler for Monday, but a secondary cold front Tuesday into Wednesday will bring the biggest drop to our temperatures.

By Wednesday morning, temperatures could dip into the upper 30’s, which is almost 20 degrees below normal. It may be time to break out the winter clothes!

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