Dry and comfortably warm pattern

There’s no sign of rain or a jump in humidity
Many of y'all are loving the lower humidity, so does it stick around? Amanda walks you through the rest of the workweek!
Published: Sep. 19, 2023 at 5:12 AM CDT|Updated: Sep. 19, 2023 at 10:29 PM CDT
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (WSFA) - Another comfortable night ahead is expected with lows dipping to either side of 60° by sunrise Wednesday.

There is increasing confidence in near 90° returning for many Sunday and beyond. While warmer than where we are right now, that isn’t too far above where central and south Alabama should be this time of year... plus the humidity stays low, meaning the heat will very much remain tolerable.

After a mostly sunny day today, our sky will feature a few more clouds. Expect a mix of sun and clouds both tomorrow and Thursday; plenty of sun will be around Friday, this weekend and to start off next week.

There aren’t any organized rain chances over the next 7 days to discuss.

From day to day there really won’t be many changes over the next week. One day may have a few more clouds than another, one day may be two degrees warmer than another... that’s really about it.

Low humidity continues... our pattern is seasonable and quiet!
Low humidity continues... our pattern is seasonable and quiet!(WSFA 12 News)

Overnight temperatures will continue to be very nice all week. Lower and mostly middle 60s are in the forecast all the way through early next week thanks to the comfortably low humidity levels.

Out in the tropics there are multiple areas being monitored by the National Hurricane Center. One is Hurricane Nigel, which will stay out over the Atlantic. Then there’s an area with a “high” chance of development over the next several days way out in the eastern Atlantic.

Closer to home there is potential for a tropical or subtropical system to develop off the coast of the Southeast U.S. over the next several days. Those chances are still relatively low around 30% per the NHC. This system, despite its close proximity to Alabama, will not impact our weather.

As always, remember to download the free WSFA 12 News First Alert Weather app. That way you can gain the latest weather information from the First Alert Weather Team wherever you go. Just search WSFA Weather in the Apple App Store or Google Play store today.