Low pressure to the south interacting with a dryline allowing for a few thunderstorms to pop up this morning. At one point there was a flood advisory due to heavy rainfall. Most of the activity will stay to our Southeast as the cold front we saw yesterday pushes east. Temperatures will continue to warm this afternoon into the mid 90's as winds stay light out of the southwest. Tonight we'll see some extra clouds and the winds pick up, allowing for a mild low around 67 degrees. Zonal flow in the atmosphere will help to keep conditions fairly consistent as we make our way into the weekend. Saturday expecting breezy winds and warmer into the upper 90's. Gusty on Sunday and flirting with the triple digits ahead of our next cold front. This one will once again interact with a dryline and gulf moisture to allow for a chance for thunderstorms. Best chances will be Sunday night into Monday morning, with lingering chances through the day Monday. Behind the front will be cooler air possible dropping temps to the 70's for the start of the work week, only warming into the low to mid 80's by Wednesday and Thursday.