It is another pretty hot and humid August weather day today with highs in many areas heading up into the lower 90s and high humidity levels. A few showers and storms will develop in the mountains and foothills, but the rain chances once east of the foothills are small in any one spot.
A cold front will then drop into the region tomorrow, and along with it will come better chances of scattered showers and storms.
Following that front, much drier and cooler air will arrive, and that airmass change will provide for some fantastic weather Thursday through the weekend.
An area of showers and storms, which was previously Harvey, is moving across the Yucatan Peninsula. However, once that system moves into the southern Gulf of Mexico, it has a very good chance of becoming a classified system once again. Interests from western Louisiana down through northern Mexico need to closely monitor the progress of that system.
We are also watching a disturbance north of the Bahamas. That area could organize in coming days as it lifts slowly to the north.