Here's the weather where you live:
East Texas has seen a few pop-up showers today, but any leftover activity will drop after sunset. It has been very hot today. Highs made it into the low to mid 90s, and some heat index values made it to the century mark. Overnight lows will fall into the low 70s. A similar forecast is on tap for Sunday. Expect another hot day with a small chance for pop up showers, especially during the afternoon when temperatures are near their peak. Temperatures will reach the low to mid 90s around the peak of the daytime heating.
Memorial Day will feature much of the same, hot and sunny weather. The chance for a pop-up shower is very slim but possible. Monday's highs will be in the mid 90s. Light winds will not do much to give relief. Winds will flow from the east at 5-10 mph.
The week ahead will leave us high and dry. Highs will be in the mid 90s, but it is the heat index that really steals the show. Heat index values are projected to exceed 100 degrees. Alberto will be too far east to lend East Texas some much needed wet weather. Mostly sunny skies will take over next week. The extra sunshine will give the forecast an up tick in high temperatures throughout the entire week. By next weekend, highs could be pushing towards upper 90s. Remember to stay hydrated, and take plenty of breaks if you plan to spend a considerable amount of time outside.
Eyes are on the tropics, and Subtropical Storm Alberto is expected to strengthen through the next 36 hours. Tropical force winds could arrive as early as Sunday to the Gulf Coast. The gulf coast has many Flash Flood Watches in place in anticipation for Alberto's heavy rainfall. The center of rotation is expected to reach the gulf coast Monday afternoon, likely as a Tropical Storm. As Alberto moves inland, it will gradually weaken.