Hot and humid this Memorial Day weekend

Temperatures range from the lower to mid-90s through Monday

Another hot day is expected on Sunday

Tonight’s Forecast:

Warm and humid will continue through the night. Temperatures will be in the 70s throughout the night and we should stay clear skies.

Staying warm and humid through the night

Sunday’s Forecast:

Sunday is going to be the perfect pool day! Expect mostly sunny skies with highs in the 90s! Make sure you slather on the sunscreen if you’re headed to the water because the heat index will be very high!

Another hot day is expected on Sunday

Memorial Day Weekend:

Humidity starts climbing and won’t stop through Monday. Temperatures are consistent in the mid to lower 90s through Monday. It’s humid, it’s hot, but it will be dry through Memorial Day.

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10-day Forecast:

Our next small chance of rain is Tuesday. Next week morning and afternoon temperatures are fairly consistent. June 1st is Wednesday, the start of hurricane season. Right on cue, we will be watching the leftovers of Tropical Storm AGATHA off the coast of Mexico try to move into the southern Gulf. It is going to be a busy season. Here is Frank’s take on this upcoming hurricane season.

Hot weather continues with a slight chance to see rain mid-week

Tropics:

Tropical Storm AGATHA continues to churn just off the coast of Mexico in the Eastern Pacific. She is forecast to strengthen into a hurricane before smashing into the coast of Mexico early next week.

Agatha continues to slowly move towards the Mexican coastline

The National Hurricane Center has marked a region in the Bay of Campeche for tropical development. Currently there is a 20% chance of formation in the next 5 days from some of the leftovers of Agatha mid-week next week. While it does not appear to be a threat to Texas or most of the western Gulf, we’ll continue to monitor going foward.

There is a slight chance to see some formation in the Southern Gulf of Mexico next week

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