After an unusually warm Friday in the middle 70s, significantly colder air will ooze back into the state tonight. A few passing clouds this evening will give way to clear skies tonight as lows fall into the lower 40s by Saturday morning. We'll be looking at a brilliant blue sky tomorrow, but highs will be some 15 to 20 degrees cooler in the middle 50s... and a brisk north breeze will make it feel even colder.
Sunshine will spill over into Valentine's Day and temperatures will moderate a tad. But highs in the upper 50s are still a few degrees below normal for middle February.
Our dry spell comes to an end on Monday. During the first weeks of the month Mobile has officially logged 1.18" inches of rain... we should get more than that on Monday alone as showers and storms are a safe bet as a healthy, moisture-rich system moves through the area. Even though heavy rain is a possibility, severe storms are not expected at this time.
As for the rest of the week... how does dry and warm sound? Get ready for 60s and 70s to make a comeback and hang around for a while.
Meteorologist Jake Dunne
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