MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Record breaking heat is possible again Sunday. The combination of dry northerly flow provided by Hurricane Dorian and high pressure building into the area will drive temperatures into the upper 90’s Sunday. A few 100 degree readings are possible. A heat advisory is in effect for the viewing area Winds will start to turn around to the south tomorrow and we will add a 20% chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm for today. Temperatures will drop a few degrees for Monday and the rest of the week and we will add slight shower chances for each day.
Dorian made landfall for a third time in Nova Scotia Canada this weekend, but past this weekend it moves north into the northern Atlantic and will finally be done.
Elsewhere in the tropics, there is plenty of activity, but there are no foreseeable threats here. There only named storm is Gabrielle and it may become a hurricane. However, it will move northwest into the central Atlantic and will be a fish storm. The disturbance that just came off the coast of Africa has a medium chance of developing, but if it were to do so, it would be a long while before it got close to any land. There is plenty of time to watch this one and is not a concern at the moment. Another area near the lesser Antilles has a slight chance of developing/ The next name on the list is Humberto.