The gulf moisture remains high over the region. A very weak frontal boundary will help to fire up isolated thunderstorms this afternoon. It will act as a trigger mechanism to help increase our chances of rain just a bit for the next couple of days. Rain chances are not impressive but better than nothing.
The muggy weather pattern will hold into the lunch hour as clouds begin to break just a bit. Temperatures will climb into the upper 80s. The afternoon will see rain chances as daytime heating plus the remnants of a weak frontal boundary work to trigger some scattered showers across the region. Rain chances will be in the 20% range. Peak afternoon temperatures will climb into the mid-90s but feel more like the upper 90s.
Tuesday evening will be slow to cool with temperatures taking a slow slide into the low 80s by mid evening. High pressure will pull back into the region by mid-week effectively wiping out rain chances for the rest of the week and into the holiday weekend. South winds will continue the flow of tropical air into the region and help set the stage for some impressive Heat Index values for the weekend.