We will see temperatures begin to slowly moderate with highs in the mid-70s with a few upper 70s around the region. We may actually see rain trying to nudge in from the west early Saturday morning. Saturday rain chances look a little better but not great. The high-pressure over the CONUS will begin to slide to the east and this may allow a little better mid-level support to move in. Deeper moisture along with whatever t-storms activity to the west should allow for a few showers to push into the area.
Rain chance still don’t look great heading into the night and Sunday as high-pressure over the western Gulf could build across the area driving whatever disturbances coming from the Pacific to our north thus keeping us dry. A weak disturbance to the north may settle into the area to bring a chance of showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday ahead of a stronger frontal boundary, along with influences from what should be a better gulf breeze by middle of next week. Temperatures should be quite warm during the extended portion with Tuesday and Wednesday possibly challenging 90F in a few locations. Morning lows will start near normal levels but warm with increasing humidity middle of the week.