A weak dry front moves through the region overnight and washes out as it approaches the News 3 viewing area, but otherwise no impacts. Temperatures as we start the work week will climb into the low 80s by the afternoon with morning lows starting out in the mid 50s. High pressure builds in behind the weak boundary, but humidity levels start to increase as we get more cloud cover and also a few showers off of the tropical system in the gulf. Another stronger cold front moves through the area, but comes in at a different angle and will lose some of it’s momentum and stall out then eventually lifts backwards as warm front.
By late this week, we will start to see drastic changes as we will be influenced by another tropical system, likely a hurricane which will increase our rainfall chances into the upcoming weekend. Speaking of the tropics, Tropical Storm Gamma has finally back into open waters, but will not move a lot as it moves into the Bay of Campeche where it stays offshore through next week. Another system, Potential Tropical Cyclone Twenty-Six will become Delta by Monday afternoon/evening and will likely become a category 1-2 hurricane once it reaches the Gulf of Mexico with a landfall somewhere along the northern gulf coast between Louisiana and Florida.