09/26 – Brantly’s “Clear and Cool” Sunday Night Forecast
Winds will remain light and variable into Monday morning, then become light southerly in the afternoon. Dry conditions will persist through the near term but dewpoints will increase into the mid 60s north of I-10 by late Monday afternoon, with upper 60s to the south, making it feel more humid.
Highs Monday will rebound into the mid 80s, with a few locations across south central Alabama reaching the upper 80s. Just like the last couple of nights, for low temperatures, expect mid to upper 50s north of I-10, and low to mid 60s along and south of I-10. Beaches should stay mild, near 70s degrees.
Light southeasterly to southerly surface winds will resume Tuesday afternoon through midweek as surface ridge remains across the southeast states and northeast Gulf of Mexico. With increasing moisture returning, surface dewpoints are expected to rise back into the mid 60s to lower 70s, so expect slightly muggier conditions as compared to the past few days. Isolated to scattered showers, and even an isolated thunderstorms, cannot be ruled out over part of the area Tuesday afternoon, and models have indicated 20-40% chance of rain.