TODAY: We'll see some blow off residual upper level cloud cover from thunderstorms out to our west as a result from Tropical Storm Barry. These won't provide any rain. Our weather should remain mostly dry, partly cloudy, and hot. Some isolated showers may develop mainly east of I-37 but our forecast stays mostly dry. High temperatures will be in the mid to upper 90s with heat index values as high as 105 this afternoon. Wave heights may climb and be dangerous as Tropical Storm Barry lingers in the Gulf and pushes into Louisiana this morning. This will lead to a risk in coastal flooding in areas and mainly a elevated rip current risk. 

SUNDAY: The risk of high waters will remain with us through the weekend so be careful if heading to the beach with the family. While our weather will remain dry and hot, an isolated shower east of I-37 will be possible. Otherwise, humidity coming back and heat indices will rise to as high as 110 throughout the viewing area with air temperatures near 100. Southeast wind 10-20 mph. 

LOOKING AHEAD: More isolated activity will be possible through Monday. Otherwise, an upper level ridge will dominate our forecast and will keep rain chances down and temperatures up in the mid to upper 90s.