This has been almost perfect weather for anything outdoors - comfortable temperatures and lower dewpoints. Changes are coming for tomorrow thanks to a southerly wind flow. We'll have plenty of low level moisture making for some muggy conditions.
Dewpoint temperatures will climb into the lower 70s tomorrow. The map below will show where dewpoint temperatures will be the highest. If you travel farther north across the state, you'll run into some drier air. Dewpoints north of I-20 will be in the lower 60s.
Beach Forecast: The forecast along the Gulf Coast looks very wet between Panama City and Orange Beach/Gulf Shores. Rain chances tomorrow will be around 80-percent. Rain chances will remain high on Monday as well. Highs will reach the mid 80s with water temperatures around 81 degrees.
This warm and moist air will make things favorable for thunderstorm development after 2pm for places south of I-20. The high resolution 3km NAM will show where thunderstorm development is possible.
Next Week: The forecast next week looks a bit wetter. Thunderstorms will develop daily during the heat of the afternoon. While no organized severe weather is expected, some storms could produce some locally heavy rainfall and even some flash flooding. Temperatures will continue in the mid 80s with overnight lows in the 70s.
It will be a good idea to remain close to weather information next week for updated radar, forecasts, and alerts. The First Alert weather app is the perfect companion for those stormy afternoons.
Have a great weekend and be safe!
WBRC First Alert Chief Meteorologist