7:01AM June 4, 2018

LESS HUMID & SUNNY TODAY AND TOMORROW… Drier, more stable air has moved into south Alabama and northwest Florida on this Monday morning due to the passage of a frontal boundary overnight. Temperatures this afternoon will rise to near 90° in most spots. You’re likely to notice the air feeling a bit less moist and humid when you step outside throughout the day. Showers and thunderstorms will also be kept away due to the presence of drier air in place.

LOOKING AHEAD THIS WEEK… Another picture perfect, warm day is ahead for your Tuesday. High temperatures will be around 91° with mostly sunny skies. A few showers and maybe a few thunderstorms are possible on Wednesday before another shot of dry air moves in. Sunny skies are expected on Thursday and Friday. Temperatures on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are poised to potentially rise to near 100° in what will likely be the warmest stretch of day for our region so far this season.

See all the details in your Monday #rzw forecast video that will be posted shortly in the post above… Enjoy the day!

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