A weak cold front will pool moisture from the west and develop afternoon showers/t-storms. Better rain chances will be in the offing across the forecast area the next couple days as the fringes of the remnants of Imelda impact the more western zones. Moisture flow will continue to elevate on Friday, and with a frontal boundary in the area and diurnal heating scattered convection is expected.
This weekend will bring hot daytime temperatures but lower humidity levels will make it more bearable. Mostly dry conditions will return for the weekend as mid/upper level high-pressure will dominate the southeast CONUS and central Gulf coast region and with dry air over the region. There are still no significant cold fronts on the horizon to bring us any fall weather.