Downpours start the week. Flooding rain can’t be ruled out. Drier and sunnier later this week.
Showers and thunderstorms will remain likely today and tomorrow as a slow-moving front approaches from the west. This front may stall nearby on Wednesday, based on the latest information, meaning we could see a few hit-or-miss thunderstorms then. However, high pressure should arrive during the second half of this week helping our pattern to clear up with dry and sunny weather which should linger into the upcoming weekend. In the tropics, Sam and Victor way out in the Atlantic remain no concern to the Gulf of Mexico. Thankfully, there are still zero tropical threats to the U.S. Gulf Coast region over the next five days. Hurricane season ends on November 30th.
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