Dew points will stay in the 50s, so the comfort levels remain high. I would not be surprised to see sustained winds of 20 miles per hour with gusts up to 30 miles per hour.
Irma has lost all tropical characteristics and is simply an area of low pressure now that will track across the state in a northwesterly fashion today.
Tonight|Partly cloudy skies. Low 59F. Most computer models predict the hurricane will curve away from the USA coast. Areas away from the ocean should feel lesser winds. A few showers may rotate around the back side of Irma's remnants and could affect northern Louisiana.
Wednesday: 40 percent chance of scattered showers, mainly before 3 p.m.; high of 76.
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The warming trend continues Saturday as highs top out in the lower 80s under mostly sunny conditions. The storm's core energy is expected to fizzle before reaching us.
Friday|Mainly sunny. Highs in the mid 80s and lows in the mid 60s. Thursday will bring the highest chances for rain, as showers are probably a little more widespread and a thunderstorm is even possible, fueled by the increasing humidity.
Sunday is also looking good, since high pressure will dominate.
Clouds linger into Thursday but lower coverage of showers as Irma's circulation begins to depart. If Jose were to impact us, it would be around the middle of next week, but hopefully it will just impact the fish and leave us alone.