Less Rain and Building Heat; Eye on the Active Tropics

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MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – Rain chances will be on a downward trend the next few days. That means there will be more sunshine and heat. Today starts mostly quiet, but we could see a few showers pop up around midday. The chance wet weather finds you today is 20%. Highs will reach the low and mid-90s. With the humidity, it will feel closer to 105. Any rain around this afternoon will begin to fade past sundown. We get similar weather Wednesday and Thursday, just with a little less rain at a 10% chance. Moisture will begin to pick back up as we head into the weekend.

For your Labor Day weekend, we go back to typical summertime with highs in the 90’s and a 30-40% chance for rain. A moderate risk for rip currents is forecast for the next several days at the beaches.

TROPICS:

Potential Tropical Cyclone 16 has developed to become Tropical Storm Nana. It is in the Caribbean just south of Jamaica. It will continue moving west while likely strengthening. It is forecast to become a hurricane before making landfall near Belize on Thursday. It will continue moving west. It will not pose a threat to the Gulf.

Tropical Depression 15 continues moving away from the United States. This system is no longer forecast to become a tropical storm as it battles wind shear, but there’s still a small possibility it could at some point today. Either way, it will continue to move away from the U.S.

The next disturbance is expected to emerge off the coast of Africa and has a low chance for development at this time.

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