If you haven't gotten outside today yet, please do so because we're about to enter into on and off wetness throughout the rest of the forecast period! Though because we do see more rain, our temperatures stay rather mild. Tonight, we fall into the low 60s overnight with areas of fog expected especially in the western portions of the viewing area. Starting Sunday afternoon, we'll see some scattered showers especially north of I-10 with peeks of sunshine making its way through the clouds nudging highs back into the low 80s once again. On Monday, it looks like most of the area gets in on some scattered rains as winds persist from the Gulf of Mexico. Morning lows start off in the low 60s and we'll heat into the low 80s again. Tuesday, expect less rainfall but still a 30% chance of showers or t-storms persist. Conditions will return to the low 80s. Wednesday through Saturday we maintain the unsettled weather with a low pressure system lingering over the Central Plains that slowly makes its way to the Deep South sparking showers ahead of the system. This means that scattered rainfall and embedded thunderstorms can be expected with mild temperatures: morning lows in the low 60s and upper 50s and highs maintaining the warmth in the low 80s. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
-Forecaster Max Tsaparis