Share this article:
It looks as though the front crossing the middle Mississippi Valley will be able to cause some severe storms tonight after all. That could include some tornadoes. The front may also trigger a few bad storms toward the East Coast tomorrow as well.
The good news is that it looks mostly quiet for a while in the wake of the front, and the air mass behind the front doesn't look terribly cold ... and will mostly be aimed at the eastern part of the country, so it will warm up again quickly in Texas.
Paul is falling apart near Baja California while Rafael is pulling away from Bermuda into the North Atlantic.
I am @AccuFrank on Twitter.
Comments that don't add to the conversation may be automatically or manually removed by Facebook or AccuWeather. Profanity, personal attacks, and spam will not be tolerated.
Tropical moisture surging into Texas will lead to a cooler and wet first part of the workweek; meanwhile, the Southeast will simmer.
Texas will see some drenching rains in the coming days while the Southeast turns hotter and drier.
Any breaks from the heat in Texas will be brief, while farther east the first part of the week is looking nice.
Much of Texas will simmer all next week, while more comfortable air pushes into the rest of the South.
Lots of tropical moisture will stream north into the Southeast in the coming days.