Today: A slow-moving cold front to the north combined with plenty of moisture coming in from the Gulf will lead to a very wet start to your week. The sun may peek out at times but the rain will likely be on and off all day and night on Monday. Expect some storms to cause heavier downpours where localized flooding issues may occur. In addition to numerous showers Monday, the heat will finally not be a concern. Highs will be in the upper-80s with more clouds and increased winds keeping us feeling cooler. Overnight lows will be in the mid-70s with showers still possible by midnight.
Tomorrow: The rain chances on Tuesday will all depend on the cold front. Will it stall over us, in the Gulf or north of us? The most likely scenario is that it will stall over us. If this is the case, you’ll continue to see scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day on Tuesday with highs in the upper-80s.
Wednesday: Wednesday will be on the drier side as the leftover boundary from the cold front begins to dissolve. However, it should still be enough to lead to a few showers. Highs around 90 with partly cloudy skies.
Thursday-Friday: Showers & storms are likely to be scattered and spotty as we return to a typical summer day with highs around 90 or 91 degrees and partly cloudy skies in the afternoon.
Weekend: Scattered showers & storms are expected with higher heat index values returning as a concern in the forecast.