Conditions quieting down after a lot of moisture moved through parts of Louisiana and Mississippi, bringing only spotty showers to parts of East Texas.
Overnight we will continue to see partly to mostly cloudy skies with lows in the mid 70s. A slight shower could fall, but mainly going to be staying dry.
For your Sunday, expect partly cloudy skies with still a slight chance (20%) we could see an afternoon shower or thundershower, but most of us will be staying dry. High temperatures will range from the low to mid 90s, and it will be a bit breezy with winds out of the south around 10-15 mph with higher gusts possible. If you're out on the lakes tomorrow, please keep that in mind that there could be some moderate chop. Make sure you are wearing life jackets, and with slight isolated rain chances, be mindful of the weather throughout the day.
Your Labor Day forecast calls for partly to mostly sunny skies with slight rain chances (20%) mainly for Deep East Texas from southerly flow and a lot of Gulf moisture, but dry conditions expected for most of us throughout the day. High temperatures will heat up into the mid 90s with again a bit of a breeze, winds out of the south 10-15 mph.
The rain threat will remain low for the rest of the week as a ridge of high pressure will work its way into the region, keeping us mostly dry. Only slight rain chances in the forecast due to daytime heating, as temperatures will steadily trend upwards into the mid to upper 90s under partly to mostly sunny skies.