One more amazing morning!

A steamy feel returns tomorrow afternoon

It feels amazing outside!

Tonight’s Forecast:

Tonight will feel spectacular with low humidity! Temperatures will cool quickly under clear skies with overnight lows dropping to the lower-to-mid 70s.

Temperatures will be in the lower-70s.

Wednesday’s Forecast:

Wednesday morning will feel wonderful! We will still have lower humidity with temperatures in the lower-70s. Ample sunshine will help us warm up to the mid-90s in the heat of the day. Humidity will be increasing which means we will feel like 100° in the afternoon. There will be more clouds Wednesday than we have seen the past few days.

Temperatures will warm to the mis-90s.

Tracking the Tropics:

The Gulf of Mexico is storm free, but there are a few areas we are watching in the Atlantic. Nigel is a category 1 hurricane. It will move north through the Atlantic - not making a direct hit on the U.S. or Canada. There is another area to watch in the Atlantic which has a 70% chance to become Ophelia in the next few days.

Nigel and soon to be Ophilia (Copyright 2023 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)

The area off the SE coast currently has a low chance for tropical development. The incredibly warm Atlantic waters could bring a rapid development. It will impact the Georgia/Carolina coast lines this weekend with heavy rain. We’ll let you know if it strengthens.

30% chance of development before it makes land this weekend (Copyright 2023 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)
The Euro is more disorganized (Copyright 2023 by KPRC Click2Houston - All rights reserved.)

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10-Day Forecast:

Rain chances this week are small but we may get a passing sea breeze shower or storm by the coast Thursday-Sunday. We’re watching a front that will bring rain and storm chances Monday. It will not lower temperatures, but it will drop the humidity for early next week.

Isolated shower chance come in Thursday.

About the Author:

Two-time Emmy award winning meteorologist and recipient of the 2022 American Meteorological Society’s award for Excellence in Science Reporting by a Broadcast Meteorologist.