The rest of the week should be hot and just about all dry. For today, afternoon highs will be around 90, then low to mid-90s each afternoon through the weekend. Both Saturday and Sunday will feature highs in the mid- to upper-90s. Meanwhile, in the southwestern Gulf, Cristobal is a tropical storm this morning and will take a northerly turn late this week. Cristobal will likely be approaching the Louisiana coastline by late Sunday. The model consensus for now keeps Cristobal to our east, which would keep Central Texas largely dry with highs approaching 100 by Monday and Tuesday. Depending on how far to the west Cristobal tracks, there could also be rain chances especially in our easternmost counties Monday and Tuesday but, again, current trends keep us hot and mainly dry.
10% chance of isolated showers and storms with a mostly sunny sky. Southeast winds at 5 mph.
Mostly sunny, hot, and humid. Southeast winds at 5 mph. HIGH: 93°
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