For tomorrow, warm and still humid. More showers likely with, again, some embedded thunderstorms. Winds will be from the south, with temperatures in the mid-80's. Like today, rains could be heavy at times so flooding is a possibility. As mentioned before, these showers are slow movers so they will hang around over a specific area and could dump up to 2-inches per hour.
We'll be in the heavy shower activity until Wednesday, which is when our flood watch is posted until. Thursday temperatures will still be up in the upper 80's but the showers will have moved off giving way to a nice day. Friday, in time for the weekend, look like a nice warm day, possibly one of the last near 90 days. By Saturday, temperatures will freefall into the lower 80's, under brilliant sunshine, and keep falling into the upper 70's for Sunday and Monday. Both of those days will feature a little more clouds than the Saturday with the chance of an isolated shower or thunderstorm. As always, the weekend won't be a complete washout, so I wouldn't immediately cancel any outdoor plans.