Tonight: Mostly clear with breezy winds. Lows will be in the upper 50s. 

Tomorrow: Mostly sunny skies and comfortable conditions with dry air. High Temperatures in the low 80s. 

Beyond: Low humidity behind the front will allow for beautiful conditions with high temperatures in the mid 80s for Monday and Tuesday. By Wednesday, moisture in the atmosphere returns to aid in higher precipitation chances ahead of another cold front. Both Wednesday and Thursday have chances of seeing rain and scattered storms ahead of the front. Rain and clouds should clear with the front into Friday bringing drier air and lower temperatures with it into next weekend.  

Tracking the Tropics: Hurricane Julia is the only current system or area of concern in the Atlantic right now. It is in the Southwestern Caribbean and is forecasted to make landfall as a hurricane in Nicaragua. Life-threatening flash flooding is possible over portions of Central America as Julia moves westward. Remnants of Julia will bring increased moisture into the Gulf of Mexico into next week; however, there is no imminent threat to the Gulf Coast as of now.