From Rusty Garrett:
Tuesday's afternoon readings in the mid and upper 90s, broke the triple digit streak of 6 consecutive days. Isolated showers popped up, primarily over East and South Texas.
Wednesday brings with it another day with the possibility for scattered showers and thunderstorms. Rain coverage Wednesday and Thursday will likely be around 30 percent and mainly during the afternoon and early evening hours.
As the upper-level disturbance moves away Friday, those odds drop down to 20%, with only a 10% chance of rain in the forecast Saturday and Sunday. High pressure will build back in this weekend, helping to send temperatures back into the upper 90s to near 100° by early next week.