Period begins with high pressure building into the region as the upper level disturbance responsible for rain and clouds across much of the state today exits the region. This high should help to clear things out overnight tonight. With drier air in place and the high pressure overhead, clear skies can be expected through the weekend with pleasant days and cool nights.
Period will begin increasing Gulf moisture as high pressure moves away an the southeastern ridge takes over. This will setup return flow and slowly increase moisture levels. We should stay dry sunday night but clouds will increase in response to it. Monday, a weak warm front will move across the state bringing scattered showers and thunderstorms along it. This front will not have the dynamics in place for organized thunder, but we will see a few, afternoon heat driven showers and storms seen. Have held at high end chance pops to account for this feature. Beyond Monday, a warm, humid, and tranquil period will set up through late week as the southeastern ridge remains in control with a humid air mass in place. There will be a chance of an afternoon shower or thunderstorm as well.
Just beyond the period, a strong trough is expected to move out of the northern plains towards the east. This will send a strong cold front to the south towards the natural state. At this time, timing is not locked down and overall low confidence. We could see rain chances increase yet again and temps drop as we head into the first weekend of October but being this far out, this is a wait and see. Otherwise a very robust pattern will continue as we continue the slow transition from summer to fall.