Tonight: Partly cloudy with some areas of patchy fog by morning. Overnight temperatures in the mid and upper 70s.
Wednesday and Thursday: The forecast is all dependent on what happens with the disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center only gives it a low 10 percent for development. Either way, it will bring some heavy rain to the Gulf Coast. The trough of low pressure may slowly drift to the north in the coming days. Since the disturbance will be near land, the National Hurricane Center says significant development is not expected. Heaviest of rains may now fall mainly on Thursday. However, showers and storms will still likely develop on Wednesday. Widespread rain totals through Friday evening may be around 1-3″ with locally higher amounts. Highest rain totals should stay near the coast and offshore.
Friday and the Weekend: The weekend rain will be dependent on what happens with the Gulf disturbance. We are forecasting around a 40 to 50 percent chance for rain for now, but rain chances may come up. Be sure to check back in with us daily.