Clear skies, Low Humidity A Rare Summer Treat for the Crossroads

Near Record Low Temperatures Thursday Morning

A light northeast wind associated with dry continental air has brought sunny skies and low humidity to the Crossroads late today. The cold front that moved through the region early Tuesday has now become stationary in the northern Gulf of Mexico, but convergence along the front continues to produce scattered showers and thunderstorms. While tropical development is not anticipated, the area of showers and thunderstorms will gradually work its way into the coastal plains by Friday. Expect scattered showers and thunderstorms to accompany a return to increased humidity over the weekend, with showers tapering off early next week. Highs will remain in the 90s with lows moderating from the 60s to the 70s.