Highs today reached 80-87 with a drop in the dew points from the 73-79 yesterday to 63-68 today.
After near 60 to the mid 60s tonight with some patchy fog, sunshine with a gradual heat-up will occur Friday & Saturday. The humidity will be held in check, however. There will not be much of a breeze.
Sunday looks much more humid with dew points surging to the 74-80 range with temperatures 90-94. This means heat indices +100 to as high as 110. Winds will increase to 10-15 mph from the south-southwest. An isolated storm or two is possible.
Sunday night looks sultry with lows 73-77 with a south-southwest wind.
Numerous showers & storms should develop Monday, especially midday to afternoon & through evening. Any severe risk is very isolated. It looks more like a lot of the rainfall will occur along & just behind the cold front (anafront scenario). Katafront is more of the rainfall occurring ahead of the front.
Tuesday-Thursday look good, however with lower humidity, northwest to north winds turning to the northeast & sunshine.
Nights look comfortable with even some areas dropping to the upper 50s.
Tropical storm or hurricane ("Hanna") will make landfall in Texas this weekend.
Remnant circulation of the storm may combine with low over the Plains to bring vigorous storm system with some severe weather risk & showers & storms at the very end of next week to the following weekend (with strong south-southwest wind).
Ahead of it, we will turn hotter & more humid again.