Hi there, I’m Meteorologist Jennifer Lambers with the latest look at your forecast on this Sunday evening.

It was a beautiful day for the Gulf Coast! Some fog and clouds lingered around this morning, but lots of sunshine made an appearance this afternoon. High temperatures maxed out in the mid-80’s, with temperatures dropping down overnight into the upper-60’s and near-70. Rain chances return tomorrow, ahead of a cold front.

More fog is expected to build up overnight, and should mix out by tomorrow morning by 10 am. Expect foggy conditions for your commute to work, and plan accordingly. Tomorrow highs will max out in the lower-80’s just a little after lunchtime, ahead of the storms.

There is potential for severe weather Monday evening. This is a fast moving line of storms, but we are under a marginal risk. Stay tuned to FOX10 as we get closer. Any Monday night plans outdoors, should have an indoor backup plan. This will also make for a wet commute home, with the line expected to move through Mobile right at rush hour.

Temperatures drop once again Tuesday, after the fall front comes through. High temperatures will stay in the mid-70’s until Friday/Saturday, when yet another front will makes its way across the area. This will bring more rain chances and drop temps into the lower-70’s.

Nestor has fizzled out after making landfall yesterday. It brought some rainfall to the Carolinas early this morning, but has since pushed into the Atlantic. For the rest of the tropics, all is quiet.

Happy Sunday, and have a great week!

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