MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – There’s been plenty of warmth and not much in the way of rain and those trends continue. It won’t be until the end of the weekend until we see temperatures halfway resemble seasonable averages.
Temperatures have warmed quickly today and this afternoon most will top out in the middle 80s. Some upper 80s along and north of I-10 can’t be ruled out. This puts us squarely in record territory as the record for Mobile today is 86. Don’t expect rain as the rain chance is less than 10%. Tonight, with a little drier air will be a touch cooler than last night with lower and middle 60s for lows. Should be lovely early on, however, patchy fog will likely develop late into tomorrow morning.
Lows in the 60s and highs in the 80s continue through Saturday as a high pressure sits over the Gulf of Mexico. There’s even a chance inland locations could get close to the 90 degree mark. The high pressure will begin to weaken this weekend. This will allow a cold front to move towards us. We’ll get slightly higher rain chances and slightly cooler temperatures on Sunday.
For the first half of next will bring highs in the middle and upper 70s, lows in the upper 50s and each day brings a slight chance for showers.