Areas of showers, rain, and thunder will travel east across the Big Bend region south of Interstate 10, with more localized activity possible through sundown around the tri-state and southern Georgia. Those who get rain will have a cooler feel for the early evening, but the summer swelter will continue elsewhere. The early part of the night will feature decreasing cloudiness with warm and humid conditions. Forecast temps will depend on earlier rain, but generally, 80s will turn into 70s after midnight, producing lows in the mid 70s. A steady feed of moisture will support scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms developing Wednesday afternoon. Highs will still make it into the low to mid 90s. The timing of rain and thunder for the next few afternoons will determine how hot each day can get, but the slightly wetter pattern will keep the local area away from widespread upper 90s. Rain can become heavy, with a few stronger storms possible, particularly in southern Georgia.
--Casanova Nurse, Chief Meteorologist