We're at it again
Today's forecast doesn't differ much from yesterday. You can expect sunny skies with a touch of humidity. Highs are in the upper 80s. Overnight, lows are in the low 60s with a little patchy fog possible and clear skies.
There's actually a front on the way, but it won't influence our weather. The front will stall along I-20 in northern Louisiana and as a result, they will see some showers. That front will eventually fade and a reinforcing shot of cold air won't come our way until possibly late next week.
Don't expect much to change through the weekend and even in to next week. High temperatures remain roughly the same. Humidity does slowly creep in a bit, and low temperatures reflect that by rising into the upper 60's. The best chance of seeing a shower will likely be Sunday and the beginning of next week, however rain chances overall are pretty low. Otherwise, expect plenty of sun with a few more clouds by Saturday with each day still bringing plenty of sun.
In the tropics, Nicole has its eye on Bermuda and it has become an intense storm. Other than that the tropics are quiet. Nicole won't be affecting the United States. We are on the backside of the peak of hurricane season but it is not over.
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