An unstable upper-level disturbance will continue to cause off-and-on scattered, to numerous, showers and thunderstorms until bigger winds and the Saharan dust take over Friday afternoon.
Haze and high heat will dominate our weather this weekend and all of next week.
Tonight will be tranquil with fair skies calm conditions and a low of 73.
Thursday, expect scattered thundershowers to move in from the Gulf, mainly from early afternoon-to-late evening, warm, and sticky with a high of only 89 under mostly cloudy skies.
Thursday night will be breezy, warm, and stuffy, with scattered-to-numerous showers and thundershowers, and a rain-cooled low of 75.
Friday, scattered thundershowers in the morning will end and shift north during the afternoon, becoming windy, hazy, humid, and very warm, with a high of 87.
The weekend looks to be breezy, hazy, humid, and hotter.