Upper-level high pressure will begin to take over our weather pattern for the next several days.
A weak frontal boundary to our north will produce a few showers on Saturday and Saturday night, but mainly over the northern sections of our area only.
Tonight will be mainly clear and quiet, although warm and sticky, with a low of 76.
Friday, expect lots of sunshine, a little less wind, and it'll be dry and hotter with a high of 96.
Friday night will be tranquil with mostly clear skies and a low of 74.
Saturday, expect a mix of clouds and sunshine, hot, generally light winds with a few isolated showers to the north and a high of 95.
Sunday will be sunny, and stifling hot with a high back up to 96.
A tropical storm headed for the Bahamas will stay in the Atlantic and is not a threat for the Gulf of Mexico.