An upper level high is centered over the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys this morning. Surface high pressure ridging down the East Coast is providing an easterly low level flow into Alabama.
Those east winds were helping to bring dry air into Alabama and dewpoints this morning have fallen into the lower to mid 60’s.
Lack of surface moisture will mean no rain for today, and for most of the rest of the week.
Afternoon highs will be in the uppers 80’s across eastern sections and 90 into the lower 90’s elsewhere. Humidity levels will be lower than normal for this time of year.
Hurricane Cristobal is ongoing in the Atlantic…and expected to stay well away from the U.S. Coast. Cristobal will have zero affect on Alabama’s weather.
Looks like the next chance of seeing scattered showers and storms might come into the forecast by Friday afternoon.