A very dry airmass will continue to settle across the north central Gulf Coast region through Monday.
A large surface ridge of high pressure over the central and northern Plains will continue to build southeastward toward the Upper Midwest and Mid- Mississippi and Tennessee Valley regions into late Monday.
Aside from a few passing high level clouds, mostly clear skies, dry weather, and below normal temperatures will persist across our forecast area through Monday.
A light freeze is still expected across most of the region tonight.
Overnight lows will range in the mid 20s to around 30 degrees, except for mid 30s along the beaches and barrier islands. Highs Monday and Tuesday only look to reach into the mid to upper 40s across the region.