Upper-level high pressure is about to take over drying us out and heating us up over the next several days.
We will also be on the back, or dry, side of Cristobal, as the system moves northward through the central Gulf of Mexico.
Expected landfall is Monday of next week, most likely in Louisiana as a tropical storm.
Tonight we will have moonlit skies -- clear, calm, and quiet, with a low of 73.
Friday will be mostly sunny with light winds and stifling heat, with a high of 91.
Friday night, expect to see the full strawberry moon; overall tranquil, with mostly clear skies and a low of 72.
Saturday will be sunny dry and blazing hot with a high of 93, and generally light winds.
Even hotter on Sunday.