Today: A stalled front is likely to remain near or off the coast today which will leave most shower chances from I-12 and south. Anyone north of I-12 has a much lower chance of rain today. Showers will be possible this morning along the coast with rain chances decreasing as you go north. A second round of rain is possible from the north this afternoon, though it will be more spotty in nature. Highs will be in the upper-80s to low-90s depending on how much sunshine there is. Partly cloudy skies, otherwise.
Wednesday-Thursday: Both of these days will see similar conditions with partly cloudy skies and showers unlikely thanks to the dissolved stalled front off the coast and high-pressure sneaking in. This will also lead to warmer highs in the low-90s.
Friday-Saturday: A disturbance will swing in from the northwest near Arkansas which will bring the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs in the low-90s with high heat index values.
Sunday-Monday: A typical summertime pattern is expected with scattered afternoon storms with heat early on and high humidity. Highs in the low-90s.