An inverted trough of low-pressure in the NW’tern Gulf of Mexico will continue to push northwest into central Texas. Relatively dry air is expected through the viewing area today with a good bit of cloud coverage.
Rain chances will decrease to normal for this time year.
Surface heating and moisture will yield scattered coverage for today. Upper level high will drift back southeast from Tennessee valley to Florida later today and slowly settling over northeast Gulf and Florida Tuesday through Thursday.
An upper level low-pressure will continue track east with its associated moisture pushing east over the over the north half of the forecast area late Thursday and Friday. Although slightly increased moisture will be in play, dynamics will remain north of the area thus maintaining rain chances near normal Thursday. The weekend will bring lower rain chances of 20 to 30%.