TUESDAY EVENING: Scattered showers and storms become more numerous in advance of an approaching cold front. A few noisy storms are possible this evening, but organized severe weather is not expected.
TONIGHT: Rain coverage decreases a bit after 9 pm, but we’ll keep a chance for isolated showers and storms in the forecast through tonight. Lows drop into the mid to upper 60s.
WEDNESDAY: Chance for a shower or storm south of I-20. Most spots stay dry. Highs in the low to mid 80s. Partly to mostly cloudy through the day.
REST OF WEEK: Turning a bit cooler and less humid Thursday. Relatively cool conditions continue Friday into the weekend although the humidity trends back up just a bit. This won’t feel like Fall, but it will be at least relatively comfortable through the second half of the week.
WEEKEND: Chance for a few scattered showers and storms. Highest rain chances Saturday, but a few isolated showers and storms continue into the first half of Sunday. Neither day looks like a washout, but rain could impact outdoor plans Saturday afternoon and evening. Highs in the low 80s.