It's going to be wonderful Wednesday weather along the Gulf Coast today with temps slightly above seasonal readings as highs reach the mid 60s. With winds becoming southerly overnight readings will be much milder with lows only falling into the upper 40s. Tomorrow, highs get even warmer as highs hit the upper 60s.
By the end of the workweek, afternoon readings will be about ten degrees above normal as daytime highs hit the low 70s. We will also have about a 30% chance of wet weather as a weak front moves through the region. Mardi Gras in Mobile kicks off in Mobile Friday evening at 6:30pm as the Conde Cavaliers take to the streets. At parade time, it'll be comfortable with readings in the upper 60s. Hopefully our rain chances will continue to go down.
For the Senior Bowl on Saturday at Ladd Peebles Stadium, we'll have terrific tailgating weather before game time, with a sun/cloud mix up above. By kickoff at 3pm we'll have a temp of 63 degrees. We'll have a rain-free conditions through early next week. By Monday and Tuesday, highs move back into the 70s.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster