Tropical moisture in the Gulf of Mexico will slowly increase the next several days resulting in a gradual increase in our rainfall activity through early next week. As the rain increases our blistering hot temperatures will decrease and actually be reduced to below normal levels by the early next week. Our breezy surface winds will gradually decrease to.
Tonight will be mainly clear with moon-lit skies still breezy warm and stuffy with a low of 77.
Wednesday expect only a stray shower but less wind and variable sunshine producing a sweltering high of 96 again.
Wednesday night will be mostly clear and more tranquil with a low of 76.
Thursday we will have a mix of clouds and sunshine generally light winds and a high of 95.
The heat index will top out at 105 to 110 each afternoon.