First Alert: Fall starts next week, but it will still feel like summer
Lots of sunshine and pleasant conditions continue through the last weekend of Summer.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - The last weekend of Summer is looking rather pleasant. Sunshine with passing clouds will be featured in the forecast both Saturday and Sunday as high pressure continues to hover across the southeast and Midwest. Highs both days this weekend will remain in the upper 80s to lower 90s and overnight lows will hover in the upper 60s to near 70 degrees.
The muggy factor looks to remain in check for this time of the year. The muggy meter keeps us in the pleasant to slightly humid category. The yuck to sticky category remains out of the forecast for the next week.
Mostly sunny skies will continue into next week and the afternoon highs will rise even more for Monday, Tuesday.
Temperatures are forecasted to warm into the lower 90s to start next week and by midweek we will see the mercury rise into the middle to upper 90s. Rain chances remain near zero and a few clouds will be possible. Overnight lows next week will be on either side of 70 degrees with calm conditions.
Wednesday and the First Day of Fall on Thursday will feature plenty of sunshine and a few fair weather clouds. Afternoon highs will soar into the middle to upper 90s due to high pressure strengthening across the region. Overnight lows through mid to late week will hover in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Friday and the start to next weekend will remain warm. Sunny skies will prevail with no measurable rainfall forecasted. Highs will again remain in the middle 90s and overnight lows will hover in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
First Alert Tropics Update: The National Hurricane Center is continuing to track Tropical Storm Fiona as it churns in the western Atlantic Ocean. The cone of uncertainty forecast from the NHC has the storm moving westward toward the Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico.
It is forecasted to eventually curve northward and stay east of the Atlantic Coast of the United States. This could change as the storm has been difficult for forecast models to pin down so far. However, no Gulf of Mexico threat exists. Stay with the First Alert weather team as we continue to track the tropics.
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