- Scattered storms with locally heavy rain
- Early fall-like feel arrives
- Dry weather returns
Cold Front Arrives…A cold front is pressing into the state today and generating unsettled weather across the region. Widespread heavy rains fell overnight across northern parts of the state (areas just west of Lafayette have picked up 3″-4″ of rain during the past 24 hours). Scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms can be expected through early evening before a much drier and cooler air mass arrives tonight behind the frontal passage.
That drier and cooler regime will set the tone for the rest of the week and weekend. High pressure will settle in and provide plentiful sunshine. Additionally, cool, Canadian air will pour south as we progress through the second half of the week. This will result in well below normal temperatures and conditions that will feel more like mid to late September rather than late August.
Tropics: Harvey is likely to stage a comeback over the next few days once he emerges into the southwest Gulf of Mexico. Folks with interests along the Texas coastline should certainly monitor Harvey for tropical implications as the weekend approaches. An interior heavy rain/ flood threat will result, as well.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.25″ – 0.75″