A cold front crossed our area on Sunday, and it helped create isolated showers across the region. In its wake, slightly cooler air moves into the Gulf Coast for Monday. Expect highs to stay into the lower 70s.
Monday will start dry with some nice sunshine, but cloud cover will increase during the day ahead of an upper disturbance that'll be moving our way. Eventually, isolated showers could pop up by the afternoon. Yet, the more likely threat for rain will be late Monday night thru the predawn hours on Tuesday morning.
The disturbance will quickly move east, so the rain should clear out no later than mid-morning (especially for our Florida panhandle areas). The rest of the day will be cooler with clearing skies...as highs only reach the upper 60s near 70 degrees.
Fall weather will dominate thru mid-week, then another warm up takes place by the end of the workweek as temps rebound into the upper 70s near 80 degrees. It looks like another storm system will move into our area by next Sunday...bringing rain chances back into the forecast.
Have a great week!
Meteorologist Deitra Tate