After a very wet Friday and a number of storms circulating through on Saturday, we are really seeing a much nicer than expected finish to the day. We have partly cloud sky with just a few isolated storms. The upper low to our south is sending the majority of moisture more to our west giving us way more dry weather than originally expected.
Sunday is continuing to look similar to today with some isolated storms and a good bit of sunshine breaking through. Look for rain to back off as we head into the start of the work week. As rain coverage subsides, temperatures increase so we can expect highs back into low 90s.
The National Hurricane Center is keeping an eye on a disturbance near Belize. It will bring lots of rain to the Yucatan Peninsula over the rest of the weekend. We will watch the circulation for any possible development as it moves north over the southwestern Gulf.
Meteorologist Nicondra Norwood
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