From Elliot Wilson:
Temperatures will stay warm during the night as winds will keep pushing out of the south, keeping the warmth and mugginess in the area. It’ll be a summer-like start to Tuesday as morning lows will be in the mid 70’s with sticky conditions as you head out the door. Highs will get into the low to mid 90’s under partly cloudy skies, with a slight rain chance near Mills and Hamilton counties late afternoon due to a warm front out west.
We stay dry for Wednesday and Thursday, but we’ll keep the warm and muggy conditions as High pressure out east and a small low to the northwest will keep the tropical air channeling through our area. Highs will be in the mid 90’s both Wednesday and Thursday. We slightly cool into the low 90’s for Friday and Saturday as spotty rain chances will return, but mainly for areas west of I-35 as a mid-level Low will track through the panhandle. Spotty rain chances continue through the rest of the weekend afterwards, with highs getting back into the mid 90’s to start the next work week.