Well, we got rid of the rain just in time for a beautiful Mother's Day! We continue with the cooler dryer trend over the next few days as high pressure takes over the control ushering in winds from the north. We will bottom out Monday morning near 50 degrees as relatively clear skies and calm winds allows a lot of our heat to escape back into the atmosphere. Because we keep clear skies during the day, the sun will heat us back up into the low 80s. Tuesday morning is the coldest time in the forecast period and we will wake up to conditions in the mid 40s. Again, ample sunshine allows us to get into the low 80s in the afternoon. Wednesday, we see similar conditions with morning lows in the upper 40s and afternoon highs warming to the mid 80s. Thursday through Sunday as winds start to shift off the Gulf of Mexico, we could spark one or two showers but they will be far and few between. Afternoon highs get into the upper 80s.
Posted at 4:27 PM, May 12, 2013
and last updated 2013-05-12 16:27:00-04
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