(WVUE) - Plenty of sunshine is expected all week long as dry air filters in across the Gulf Coast. Temperatures will be well above normal for the latter part of September and will flirt with record highs some afternoons.
A few showers could creep back into the forecast by the weekend as the high pressure centers a little farther north allowing moisture to increase.
The tropics remain quiet in the Gulf of Mexico but continue to be active in the Tropical Atlantic. Karl may threaten Bermuda late this week and into the weekend, and Tropical Depression 13 could become Lisa in the eastern Atlantic later today. Both are expected to remain well away from the Gulf Coast.
Fall officially begins this Thursday, but there will still be a summer feel to the air!