MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - It doesn’t exactly feel like pumpkin spice season, does it?
Unusually warm weather that we experienced in September has spilled over into the new month of October, and there is no relief in sight.
Montgomery reached a high temperature of 90 degrees today, and similar numbers are expected each and every afternoon for the foreseeable future. High pressure will greatly limit the coverage of any rainfall all week long. That will keep skies mostly sunny to partly cloudy with rain chances no better than 10%.
Highs will likely hit the lower 90s by this later week and into the weekend with continued dry weather expected.
It’s going to take a major pattern shift to change things up, and there doesn’t look to be one coming our way in the next 10 days. That will mean more October warmth with generally dry conditions through the first half of the month.