Skies have been partly to mostly cloudy with a sprinkle or two for a location or two out there. We will see any rain that attempts to develop over the next couple of hours die off after sunset.
Tomorrow looks to be dry as high pressure builds in and will attempt to limit rain chances. High pressure will be based to our north, so that means the best chances of rain the rest of the week will be south of I-20, but all of us could see a shower or storm through the week and into the weekend.
We won't be oppressively humid this week, and temperatures should hold fairly steady in the low 90s. Clouds will be with us through each day, so basically each day this week is a repeat of the previous.
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