Passing showers and downpours helped keep the Brazos Valley in the "cooler" upper 80s to low 90s Sunday afternoon. Rain coverage won't disappear completely, but it is expect to be low Labor Day Monday -- leading to toasty highs in the seasonable mid-90s.
An area of disturbed weather will continue to cross the Yucatan Peninsula and move into the Southern Gulf of Mexico / Bay of Campeche. Regardless of tropical development, this is expected to move west towards Mexico. That said, tropical moisture will be plucked off that system and sent north -- meaning our scattered rain chance will continue at a 20% to 30% shot through the week.
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