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MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Changes are on the way Gulf Coast!

The fog is gone over land, but there is still some fog over waterways. Be cautious if you run into the fog and make sure you have low beams. Any fog over water will be gone as soon as the cold front moves through.

Also, as you head out the door reach for the umbrella as by this afternoon the chance for rain will be 70%. Highs today will be in the middle and upper 70s, but that’s before the cold front moves through. A few folks may break a record before it gets colder. As of noon, Pensacola was at 79 which would break the old record of 78 set back in 2012. This evening temperatures fall quickly. We’ll be in the 50s not far after sundown. In the overnight, we’ll be in the 40s with wind chills in the 30s.

Tomorrow begins with rain, but we may see a break in the rain by the afternoon. If you’re close to the coast, you still may have some rain. Highs will only manage the middle 50s. Thursday and Friday stays chilly with lows in the 40s with highs around 60, but we introduce another chance for rain. By Friday afternoon that chance jumps to 50% as our next system approaches.

There may be a few showers to start Saturday, but the trend will be clearing. We get sunshine in the afternoon and Sunday looks lovely and seasonable. By Monday we get more rain as our next cold front approaches.

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