Tonight: We’re mostly dry and quiet overnight. Morning temperatures will only be in the mid 70s.
Wednesday: A few storms may pop up and move in from the northeast, but most areas will stay dry and hot. Some of these storms could produce damaging wind gusts. High temperatures will be in the mid 90s, but it will feel like 105 and greater.
Thursday & Friday: A stalling front will lead to showers and storms both Thursday and Friday. We will need to watch for localized flash flooding, as well as strong storms. We could easily pick up 1 to 3 inches of rain before the weekend – locally higher amounts will be possible.
This Weekend: Scattered storms will likely be around even though the front will begin to lift back to the north. Highs will be in the lower 90s.
Next Week: Daily scattered storms with highs near 90 degrees.
Tracking the Tropics: A disturbance will eventually move over the Bay of Campeche. Once it is there, it could develop into something tropical. Either way, it would likely be a southern Texas or Mexico threat. Down the road, waves will begin to emerge off the African coast. We will need to watch those, but they are not a threat for now. Keep in mind, most hurricanes develop during the months of August, September, and October, on average.