Another bright day is on tap as we wrap up the weekend. No rain is on deck for a few more days before isolated rain action returns to the Gulf Coast.
Mostly dry weather continues for the next few days, but we've retuned to warm days with a touch of humidity. Highs will be in the low to mid 80s over the next few days with mostly clear skies. Low temperatures will fall back to the mid 60s each morning.
Scattered thunderstorms return for Thursday afternoon and Friday, but we could use the rain after seeing many dry days. Rain chances become more slim for Saturday and Sunday. We'll continue to see above normal temperatures through the weekend.
There's a newly formed tropical storm in the Atlantic. Epsilon could strengthen to a hurricane as it heads toward Bermuda later this week. There's a low chance of seeing a tropical depression develop in the Caribbean this week. Neither of these pose a threat to us.