Severe weather moves out, calm night ahead

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Mobile, Ala. (WKRG) – We are no longer weather aware as the severe weather threat has come to a close this evening. We are still seeing lingering showers and storms, but they are expected to stay under severe limits.

Tonight, lows will drop to the mid-70’s north of I-10 and upper 70’s close to the coast with muggy conditions continuing. Rain chances will taper after around 10 PM this evening, but lingering showers will still be possible.

Your Monday starts off dry, but around lunchtime, scattered showers and storms will ramp up yet again in typical summertime fashion. Not everyone will see rain or storms, but keep that umbrella handy just in case. Highs tomorrow will reach the lower 90’s at the coast, and low-to-mid 90’s north of I-10. With high humidity, heat index values will soar to the triple digits for some.

The summertime pattern continues through the week with highs in the lower 90’s, high humidity, and daily afternoon rain chances. Rain chances will likely increase towards the end of the week due to the possibility of tropical moisture. For the latest on the tropics:

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