At 1053CDT, Alexandria was at 77 degrees under fair skies. Most of the scattered shower and thunderstorm activity was focused along the TX coastline and places further inland, while only a smattering of isolated showers/storms found their way towards the LA coastline and inland. Broad high pressure over the Southeast US is keeping the easterly steering flow aiming primarily at the TX coastline and will for the next couple of days. Further west, a broad swath of moisture leftover from Tropical Storm Karl will stream up into the Central US, but will mostly bypass the Alexandria area. Outside of a few scattered hit-or-miss showers and thunderstorms, it should be a warm and sunny next couple of days.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 93, Low 71.
Wednesday: Few more clouds, some isolated shower activity. High 91, Low 69.
TWC: Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 93, Low 70.
Wednesday: Partly cloudy, a few scattered showers. High 92, Low 71.
AW: Tuesday: Mostly sunny. High 92, Low 70.
Wednesday: 20% chance of a scattered shower. High 92, Low 70.
NWS: Tuesday: Slight chance of a shower. High 93, Low 71.
Wednesday: Another chance of scattered showers. High 92, Low 71.
WB: Tuesday: Partly cloudy. High 93, Low 71.
Wednesday. A few scattered thundershowers. High 92, Low 71.