We saw a few rain showers develop, mostly remaining south of I-20, as we worked through the afternoon and evening hours of our Sunday. This will be the last shot of rain we see for about a week as an area of high pressure begins to build in over the Southeast.
As we head through early parts of the work week, temperatures will remain about average or a little below. This will change as we head into late week as warmer air that is off to our west begins to arrive as it rotates around our area of high pressure. By Friday, temperatures will be in the mid 90s, and we will be pushing our warmest temperatures of the year as we move into our Labor Day Weekend.
Small rain chances start to return as we work into Sunday thanks to a weak cold front that will attempt to work through the area. Right now, confidence is not very high in this system, so I am going to keep rain chances on the low side, but clouds will start to return and that should allow temperatures to back off a degree or two as we approach Labor Day.
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