Warm and Mostly Dry Labor Day…Tropics Update…Sunday Evening Update 8:05 p.m.

Good Sunday evening! Despite a few areas in central Alabama catching a stray shower or two, most remained dry. Tonight the lingering showers will come to an end and skies will become mostly clear. Tomorrow, Labor Day, will be very similar to today with lots of sunshine and a few stray showers will develop in the afternoon. The only real difference will be higher humidity causing mugger conditions.

Tuesday through Friday this work week will be very warm with temperatures staying in the mid 90’s and heat indices close to, and possibly in, the triple digits. Every day will hold the opportunity for a stray, pop-up shower, but most will stay dry.

Next weekend, rain chances increase some. Despite the increase in rain chances, temperatures will remain very warm.

Hermine is still located out in the Atlantic moving Northeast as of now. The biggest changes from Hermine’s forecast from last night is that the system is still struggling to get redevelopment started. Hermine is going to slowly try to make a north westward shift in direction the next few days, but will later in the week change to a northeastward direction. Since the system is going to be in such unfavorable conditions, Hermine should now stay as a post tropical system. Areas along the coast though should still stay alert to an strong winds coming in from the Atlantic, possible surge, and flooding from rain.

Another low pressure system, still unamed, is still very disorganized and is moving through the Caribbean. The system will continue to produce locally heavyrainfall and gusty winds over portions of the Lesser Antillesthrough Monday morning, and should spread over Puerto Rico andHispaniola during the next couple of days.

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Reggie Roakes
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