As scheduled, the clouds from the Low in Texas are building in our region. Also, Tropical Storm Olaf, near the Baja of California, is sending an addition jet of tropical moisture across the South. This system will be around for a few days, and our forecast reflects the influence of the Low pressure system. Warm and muggy are my terms I'm using to describe the conditions for next week. After a cloudy and wet Sunday and Monday, Tuesday/Wednesday will be in the mid-80's with high moisture content in the air.
Sunday's rain seems to be more abundant North of I-20, but through the Pine Belt we should see more of a scattered showers event. A line of showers could be swinging through later in the day.
As of now, this setup will be around through next Friday, but the weekend will finally have a front clear out the moist air mass. Long Range GFS shows a High pressure building for the 2nd work week of October, which will allow dry and clearer conditions.