Your Tuesday Evening Forecast
Hope you having a good Tuesday. More scattered storms throughout the Crossroads especially along the coastline and to the west. With last night’s and this morning rains, we saw some high rain totals north and east of Victoria. Wharton picked up almost 3 inches. El Campo near 2 inches and Port Lavaca with 1.5 inches. The storm system that has produced showers and storms the last few days will begin to weaken Wednesday and Thursday as high pressure moves back over head. Tonight storms that are ongoing right now will continue to weaken as we lose daytime heating. Wednesday the same story and verse partly cloudy skies and afternoon storms rain chances are at 30% with highs near 95. Wednesday night lows will fall back into the upper 70s.
Thursday we may see some moisture from tropical storm head our direction which may spark some showers and storms. Tropical Storm Franklin just made landfall off Yucatan Peninsula this morning and getting ready to head back out to sea. It will make its second landfall Wednesday night, Invest 99-L still looks disorganized but has a low chance of development over the next few days. Marine forecast calls for 2-4 foot seas with sea water temperature of 86 degrees. Tomorrow highs back in the middle 90s with afternoon storms. The next seven days shows a warming trend and decreasing rain chances by the weekend.