Most areas are likely to remain dry on Monday, but cannot rule out an isolated, mainly afternoon storm as enough moisture may linger to support development. We continue to anticipate the development of isolated to perhaps scattered showers and thunderstorms. The slightly better coverage of which looks to remain generally north of I-10, closer to where the greatest deep layer moisture and instability will be. Any storms that carry over into the evening are expected to show a decrease in coverage as we lose daytime heating.
Little change in lows tonight, ranging in the low to mid 70s inland to upper 70s along the coast. Highs on Monday range in the lower to mid 90s interior to near 90 along the beaches.
Dry air will stay in place over the forecast through the week. Northwest flow will bring in moisture over western Louisiana and bring a chance of rain across the west half of the forecast area Wednesday through Friday. The main trough will continue pushing east and dampen while the ridge over the Plains expands east next weekend.
Winds will remain fairly light to moderate through the period with seas remaining mostly 3 feet or less through the remainder of the week. A cold front will stall near the coast and remain there well into the week. Winds could become very light or even northerly for a short duration by mid week.