Clear evenings, dry tomorrow, watching the tropics

Today's Forecast
More WFLA Tracking the Tropics

Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) – Happy Sunday!

This evening will be a breath of fresh air with lows in the upper 60s through today and lower humidity.

If you are heading to the beach tomorrow, it is almost-perfect beach weather! However, be aware that we are expecting a high risk of rip currents through tomorrow, so enjoy the beach on the sand!

Next week has warmer than average temperatures, but nothing like we saw a couple of weeks ago. Highs will stick in the lower 90s (average is mid to upper 80s) with lows in the lower 70s. Mostly dry skies stays the trend. Moisture picks up a tad on Tuesday due to a potential weak cold front that is forecast to approach our area, bringing up our rain coverage to 20% midweek.

TROPICS: We do have a pretty active tropics, but this is expected in September. Currently none of these systems pose a threat to our area. We do have a couple of remnant systems: Humberto in the Atlantic and Imelda in Texas. Tropical Storm Jerry is north of Puerto Rico and is expected to curve to the northeast away from the United States. Tropical Storm Karen has formed and is approaching the Lesser Antilles. This is also expected to curve towards the north, away from our area. Lastly, we now have Tropical Depression 13 that is forecast to become at category two hurricane by the end of the week. This is not a threat to our area as of now.

For more detailed tropical information, head to our tropical article: https://www.wkrg.com/weather/tropics/two-tropical-storms-and-one-area-to-watch-in-the-tropics/

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