Storms Likely Again Tuesday, Lower Rain Chance for the End of the Week

Today's Forecast

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) – The last few days have included an abundance of showers and storms for the Gulf Coast. This unsettled pattern will begin breaking down later this week.

A weak frontal boundary hovering over the region continue to bring an active weather pattern. Showers and storms will continue this evening. The coverage will lessen after sunset, but an isolated storm will be possible through the overnight hours. Skies will stay partly to mostly cloudy with a light wind out of the west southwest. Temperatures will hover in the lower and middle 70s.

Rain chances will greet us as we kick off our Tuesday. This will be mainly for coastal areas. The weak frontal boundary will begin lifting north keeping us in a moist air mass. New showers and storms will develop around midday and expand in coverage for the afternoon. There will be some locally heavy rain and some occasional high wind gusts with the strongest storms. Highs will top out in the middle and upper 80s.

As the front continue lifting north, the coverage of daily showers and storms will lessen through Wednesday and Thursday. Rain chances will drop to 30% for the end of the week. More sunshine will lead to some warmer temperatures. Highs will rise into the lower and middle 90s. This will bring us back to our normal summertime pattern with warm and humid mornings followed by hot and steamy afternoons and pop-up afternoon showers and storms.

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