A slow warming trend is underway and it will take most areas into the 90s this weekend and into next week.
For Friday night into Saturday morning, it will be a slow cool down with most areas only dropping into the upper 60s under mostly clear skies. Due to the warmer temperatures fog likely won’t be as widespread as it has been the past few mornings, but a few areas of patchy fog aren’t out of the question.
For Saturday, expect mostly sunny skies through the morning followed by partly cloudy skies in response to the high heat and humidity during the afternoon. Afternoon highs will reach the low 90s in most areas with a slight uptick in humidity bringing ‘feels like’ temperatures in the mid 90s.
It will be a similarly hot and humid Sunday with partly cloudy skies for much of the day. The sea breeze may kick in strong enough to bring a few isolated showers or thunderstorms south of I-20 in Texas and Louisiana. Any rain would be short lived and of little impact to any outdoor plans you may have.
The next chance for a decent shot of rainfall across the entire region will be Wednesday/Thursday. It appears some tropical moisture may get pulled in from the Pacific. Unfortunately it won’t cool us down much as highs will remain in the low 90s/upper 80s through at least next Friday. Next Friday is the first day of Fall.