Temperatures gradually on the rise

Humidity rising, too

Carrie's 10 PM First Alert Forecast

It is finally fall, and it sure felt like it today with highs only in the 70s. Breezy easterly winds between 15-25 mph will stick around through mid-week. Coastal flooding is still possible, especially in the morning hours. A Coastal Flood Warning remains in effect for Hancock County. Tides could be up to three feet above normal. A Coastal Flood Advisory remains in effect for Harrison and Jackson Counties. Tides could be one to two feet above normal. Flooding will likely be the highest early in the morning as we reach high tide.

Lingering showers are possible tonight with lows in the upper 60s to low 70s. Now Post-Tropical Beta moves north-eastward, we’ll see a better chance for showers and storms Wednesday and Thursday. Some heavy downpours are possible. We could see one to two inches of rain with some localized higher totals. We’ll start to warm up with highs in the low 80s.

Rain chances decrease Friday and Saturday, and we’ll be warmer and drier with highs in the mid 80s. We could still see a few pop-up showers, especially in the afternoon hours.

All of the tropical systems we were watching have become post-tropical. For the first time in a long time, the tropics are actually quiet.