Tropical Storm Philippe has prompted a Tropical Storm Watch for Antigua and Barbuda in the northern Leeward Islands as the storm is expected to brush by that area in the next two days. Philippe will move out to sea later this week.
Rina is now a weakening tropical depression. pic.twitter.com/Frf6Hsv3Iu
— Spinks Megginson (@rzweather) October 1, 2023
Sunrise Atmore,AL @spann @NWSMobile @rzweather @StormHour @ThePhotoHour @ThomasGeboyWX @michaelwhitewx @KDanielCCI @AlanSealls @wkrgcaroline @WKRGEd @thisisalabama @TweetHomeAla #alwx #fall pic.twitter.com/AXYF6ZptwK
— Ditto Gorme (@dittogorme) October 1, 2023
🚩There will be a HIGH risk of dangerous rip currents and elevated surf along the AL/W FL panhandle beaches today through early this week. Please stay safe, observe beach flags, & follow lifeguard instructions.
☀️Another sunny & dry forecast today with highs ranging from 87-92°. pic.twitter.com/RR75AKsbg0
— NWS Mobile (@NWSMobile) October 1, 2023
Tropical Storm Philippe is forecast to become a hurricane in a few days over the open waters of the tropical Atlantic Ocean. Tropical Storm Rina is set to dissipate tomorrow.
Neither storm is a threat to the USA. pic.twitter.com/yIOpVQpkGK
— Spinks Megginson (@rzweather) September 30, 2023
Below normal temperatures are favored for most of the East during early to mid-October leading to the potential for the first frost of the season for some areas. https://t.co/OmuELOiqSU pic.twitter.com/IvdZ7PjVUD
— NWS Climate Prediction Center (@NWSCPC) September 29, 2023
Sunny skies and dry weather conditions can be expected today. Afternoon high temperatures are forecast to range in the upper 80s to lower 90s. There is a moderate risk of rip currents along area beaches through Sunday. The risk becomes high Sunday night thru Tuesday night. #mobwx pic.twitter.com/qtr1YczTGK
— NWS Mobile (@NWSMobile) September 30, 2023
HIGHS NEAR 90° TODAY… Clouds will gradually fade away on this Saturday with sunshine likely this afternoon into the early evening hours. High temperatures will be in the low-90s across the region.
Have a wonderful weekend!
No rain and mainly clear skies forecast tonight, with temperatures falling into the low to mid 60s for areas north of I-10, with upper 60s to near 70 south and at the immediate coast. #mobwx pic.twitter.com/ua7ulX1jOB
— NWS Mobile (@NWSMobile) September 29, 2023
We are flying single red flags 🚩 in Orange Beach today – Friday, September 29th. Single red flags represent High Hazard with High Surf and Strong Currents. For your safety we ask that you stay on the shore. Morning view: Cotton Bayou Beach. @spann #alwx pic.twitter.com/iySg4kLcti
— City of Orange Beach (@cityorangebeach) September 29, 2023
This morning in Isabella. 📸 creds: @_KaylaMims @spann @wxevan @weswyattweather @mattdanielwx @Dave_Nussbaum @StephWVTM13 @simpsonWVTM13 @RichardWVUA23 @amanduh_curran @JoshWeather @NWSBirmingham @Peachnewsgal @clantonadv @rzweather #chiltoncounty #alwx #bmxwx pic.twitter.com/9bY44HLZCm
— Chilton Weather (@chiltonweather) September 29, 2023
DRY START TO OCTOBER… A streak of nice, sunny days is ahead as we kick off the month of October on Sunday. High temperatures will be near 90° this weekend and early next week.
The bad news is we don’t really have significant rain chances in sight, thus ongoing drought conditions are slated to get worse.
MIX OF SUN & CLOUDS TODAY… Cloud coverage will continue to be intermittent throughout the day on this Friday. High temperatures will be in the upper-80s.
Sunshine returns tomorrow.
Have a great Friday!