Drying out tonight, but more rain expected by Thursday

Our showers we’ve seen all day are dissipating and sinking south. We are going to be cool tonight with a mostly cloudy sky. Lows will be near 60. We will see some scattered sunshine Wednesday while a low pressure system is getting better organized in the western Gulf of Mexico.

The rain will return Thursday morning and last through much of the day as the low is expected to move across the northern Gulf of Mexico. Rain chances will be highest on Thursday at a 90% chance. Temperatures are going to be a little cooler over the next few days because of the cloud cover and rainfall.

The remnants of Hurricane Willa are moving across the Mexican Plateau and then through the Southeast before pushing off the eastern seaboard this weekend. We are expecting a beautiful fall weekend ahead! Highs will be in the low to mid 70s and lows will fall into the 50s. Enjoy!