Temperatures this morning were slightly cooler than yesterday morning in the wake of line of overnight thunderstorms. Keep your rain jacket handy today as more wet weather will eventually be possible at times, perhaps mainly this afternoon. Expect high temperatures to reach the lower 90s with a heat index up to about 107 degrees. Daily rounds of scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible tomorrow and Friday too with one to two inches of rainfall possible by Friday’s end. Even though each day brings a good chance for rain, there will still be some rain-free hours each day too. The weekend rain chance is not zero percent but it looks less wet. In the tropics, Tropical Depression Eleven in the Atlantic is forecast to become a tropical storm later today. Next name will be Josephine. It’s not considered a threat to the Gulf Coast for now. But, stay tuned in case of any changes. There are no tropical threats to the Gulf Coast region over the next five days. Hurricane season typically sees peak activity over the next four weeks.