Tonight: Mostly clear with breezy winds from the northeast. Lows will be in the upper 50s.
Tomorrow: Sunny skies and pleasant conditions with dry air. High Temperatures in the mid 80s.
Beyond: Low humidity will allow for beautiful conditions with high temperatures in the mid 80s for Tuesday. By Wednesday, moisture in the atmosphere returns to aid in higher precipitation chances ahead of another cold front. Scattered showers and storms will precede the front during the latter half of Wednesday. Some lingering showers may remain into Thursday morning.
Rain and clouds should clear with the front into Friday. Temperatures on Thursday will depend on how fast the front moves through. If the front is slower, temperatures may have a chance to warm up to the mid 80s. A faster front would limit how high temperatures get.
After the front, fall like conditions return with dry air and cooler temperatures for next weekend
Tracking the Tropics: Julia made landfall in Nicaragua as a hurricane early Sunday and now has weakened to a tropical storm with winds at 60 mph. Life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides are possible over portions of Central America as Julia moves westward towards the Pacific. Remnants of Julia will bring increased moisture into the Gulf of Mexico into next week. There is no imminent threat to the Gulf Coast as of now nor any areas of concern in the Atlantic basin.