A high pressure ridge maintains in control of Alabama weather, as the dry air remains over most locations.
The exception to the dry air is along the I-85 corridor in southeast Alabama, where the stalled out front remains. The humidity remains in this location with dewpoints in the 70’s.
The front is expected to remain along the Gulf Coast, and with moisture in place…we expected to see scattered mainly afternoon thunderstorms to develop in this region.
As for the rest of the state, mostly sunny and dry conditions are expected to remain.
The afternoon high temperatures will have no problem hitting the 90’s as the dog days of summer remain over the region.
Daytime high temperatures will increase early in the work week and high temperatures will rise into the mid to upper 90’s.
Moisture will return to the state late Tuesday into Wednesday with southerly flow expected.
At this point…we expect the rain chances returning to the forecast state wide on Wednesday.