Lots of Heat and Humidity, Isolated to Scattered Storms
Deep tropical moisture lingers over the Crossroads, and will continue to do so for the next several days; however, lack of any significant dynamic feature to enhance rain chances leaves us with isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms induced mainly by daytime heating. That pattern will persist through the work week. Over the weekend, a weak mid to upper level trough will move westward across South Texas, bringing more concentrated showers and thunderstorms. Best chance of meaningful rain will be from Saturday night through Sunday. In the tropics, Subtropical Storm Debby has formed in the North Atlantic. It will have a brief life cycle and not impact any land areas. Moisture from the remnants of Eastern Pacific Tropical Storm Ileana will bring more substantial rain across west Texas later this week.