Fair and Hot with Little to No Precipitation Ahead of Barry

Only Isolated Showers and Storms Next Couple Days

Skies are fair with a light north wind and less humidity over the Crossroads late today as a footprint of Tropical Storm Barry increases over the northern Gulf of Mexico. That influence is dictating hurricane warnings and tropical storm warnings, as well as storm surge warnings, well to our east. However, the Crossroads remains well west of any potential rain or wind from the storm. Instead, downward vertical motion around the perimeter of the system is bringing lower humidity and slim rain chances. Only isolated showers and thunderstorms will dot the region tonight through Sunday, with generally fair skies thereafter. Highs will be in the middle to upper 90s, with lows in the upper 70s.