Radar Check - As for most of this week, much of the rain is in West Texas near Abilene this morning. But we do notice a few showers near Chico and Runaway Bay.
As we progress through the day, the chances of scattered showers and storms increase, as well as cloud cover. We can't specifically tell you where it's going to rain due to the scattered nature of the storms. The high today should be around 85 degrees.
Tomorrow Through The Weekend - We continue the trend of fall-like weather with a chance of scattered showers and storms again on Thursday, becoming fewer in number on Friday. The high on both days should be in between 80 and 83, which will be perfect for high school football games.
By the weekend, we should trend drier and sunnier with fewer clouds with highs in the mid 80s, which is perfect if you are going to see some great marching bands play at either Bands of America Regional Championships or Preview of Champions.
Next Week - Dry, comfortable weather continues. The global modeling have bounced back the idea of moisture returning sometime next week, but keep in mind that we are entering ONE of the driest parts of the year.
Tropics - Hurricane Lee has max. sustained winds of 110. It will continue to weaken in coming days as it gains latitude and poses no threat to land.
Maria has been downgraded to a tropical storm overnight. A tropical storm warning is still in effect for North Carolina's Outer Banks, where winds have reached up to 40 mph there. Maria will continue to drive out to sea later this week.
Also, the global models have been hinting at something developing in the Gulf of Mexico or Northern Caribbean. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.