Here's the weather where you live:
The hot and sunny weekend continues today. Scattered showers and storms are possible through the day as additional heating takes place. Coverage of the showers will remain small, so not everyone will get rain, and those who get rain will not get it all at the same time. The showers will be diurnally driven, meaning they will pop up around peak heating hours, and go away after the sun sets and heat from the day cools off. These pop-up showers will be sporadic. For most East Texans, today will be sunny with highs in the low to mid 90s.
The heat will not let up through the upcoming week. Actually, the heat will only get worse. Monday through Wednesday, highs will be in the mid 90s, then Thursday to the weekend highs will be pushing towards the upper 90s. Heat index values will exceed 100 degrees. Staying hydrated and staying cool are the best ways to beat the heat this week.
Alberto is still classified as a subtropical storm. It is looking more organized today. Subtropical Storm Alberto is expected to reach the coastline Monday. Many Flash Flood Watches are in place for the coastline. Alberto will continue its northward track. Heavy rainfall could produce Flash Flooding for those near its path. The path of Subtropical Storm Alberto is too far east for East Texas to be affected by the rainfall it will bring. East Texas will remain mostly dry through the next seven days.