Tonight: We’re mostly dry and mild overnight. Morning temperatures will be in the low and mid 70s.

Tuesday: We start off dry and by the afternoon, storms will begin to fire up. Most storms should fade by the evening. Some heavy rain will be possible and lead to some nuisance-type flooding. Otherwise, partly cloudy, hot, and muggy with highs in the lower 90s.  

Wednesday & Thursday: A tropical wave moving from east to west in the Gulf will enhance our rain chances. Some models show us drier on Wednesday, while others show us rainy. For now, we will keep rain chances high. The Weather Prediction Center has a Slight (threat level 2 of 4) and Marginal (threat level 1 of 4) risk for flooding. The greatest risk for flash flooding will likely come on Thursday.

Friday: Numerous showers and storms expected once again. A quick 2-4″ with locally higher amounts over 4″ will be a good possibility before the weekend.  

Weekend: Rain chances should begin to drop, but we likely won’t be completely dry. Scattered storms on Saturday and spotty storms on Friday. Be on the lookout for changes to the weekend forecast.  

Tracking the Tropics: There is a wave off the coast of Africa that has a medium chance for development. No imminent threat to land and there’s plenty of time to watch. Keep in mind, most hurricanes develop during the months of August, September, and October, on average.