Increasing Gulf Moisture and Instability Mean A Stormy Tuesday and Wednesday

Isolated Showers in Crossroads After Midnight

Skies are partly cloudy and temperatures in the upper 80s to lower 90s late today over the Crossroads. Isolated showers dot the coastal plains and I-10 corridor. A southeast wind at 8 to 14 miles an hour prevails. A large plume of tropical moisture pushing into the northwest Gulf from the Bay of Campeche will make rain and thunderstorms likely Tuesday and Wednesday, this is scenario should taper off Thursday morning. That means Independence Day outdoor activities should be generally unimpeded. Isolated showers will dot the region again on Friday, but sunny days and fair nights should prevail Saturday through Monday. Highs will rise from the upper 80s Wednesday to the middle 90s on Monday. Lows will remain in the middle to upper 70s.