FORECAST: Clouds linger tonight
A nearly stationary front over the Gulf will keep clouds overhead tonight with a few showers possible before it clears on Friday morning.
Don’t expect any changes with this front as the air mass behind it has been significantly modified.
A modest drop in humidity can be expected for the weekend before a shot of drier air arrives on Sunday.
Friday and Saturday will be muggy, but not brutally humid, with highs in the low 90s.
An isolated shower for the entire area can’t be ruled out, but overall rain chances should be low.
A backdoor cold front will push through on Saturday night and into Sunday, ushering in a better push of drier air for the start of the upcoming week. That will keep rain chances limited until a pattern shift arrives by the middle of next week.
At that point humidity will flood back into the area, along with more widespread rain chances with highs hovering near 90 degrees.