Lovely Labor day ahead, eye on the tropics

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More WFLA Tracking the Tropics

Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) – Today was a little less muggy thanks to a weak cold front that passed by our area yesterday afternoon. Most will stay dry this afternoon and evening as the drier air from that front continues to settle into our area. Lows tonight will dip into the mid-to-upper 60’s inland and low-to-mid 70’s at the coast.

Tomorrow highs will reach the low-to-mid 90’s inland and upper 80’s right at those beaches with sunny skies. We can’t rule out an isolated shower or two during the late afternoon hours, but at only a 10% chance, it should not ruin any outdoor plans. Be sure you remember to take breaks in the shade and drink lots of water! Rip current risks should stay low at the beaches with mostly sunny skies.

After Monday, moisture starts to creep back into our area, increasing our rain chances as we go through your work week. Highs will sink back into the upper 80’s with more rain coverage.


We are also watching five different areas in the tropics, one of which is newly formed Tropical Depression 17. Get an in-depth look here: https://www.wkrg.com/tracking-the-tropics/tropical-depression-17-forms-in-the-atlanticwatching-four-other-areas-in-the-tropics/

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