The surface low currently over south Alabama brought with it, the cold front which is currently draped off the Gulf Coast. While it didn't cool things down much, it did dry things out a bit.
As the wind shifts to more of a southeasterly flow tomorrow, the humidity will begin to return to the are, increasing our chances of rain a little more. However, the upper level low currently over Kentucky will begin to retrograde toward the south and eventually end up over Texas. This abnormal synoptic situation will eventually invite a deep layer of moisture into the area, increasing our rain chances even more for the first half of the week.