As Matt mentioned last evening, Tropical Storm Edouard has formed in the Gulf and will continue its westward movement, but it is not forecasted to intensify into a hurricane before it makes landfall, but it will get very close. As you can tell from the NHC's tracker of tropical systems...SE Texas (Corpus Christi) is in a Hurricane Watch Advisory just for precautionary reasons while the rest of TX and LA coastline are under a Tropical Storm Advisory.
For us here in the good state of TN, we look to have a mostly dry and HOT day to look not so forward too. The high's will range in the 90's everywhere, but some areas will get close to the 95-98ºF with localized areas higher (south of I-40 is best chance of that). The Heat Indexes will be close to the 105ºF range and a Heat Advisory day might be issued as well. The sad thing is thought, that today isn't the hottest day we will see...tomorrow even looks hotter then today. What a day to start my school year back!
Nashville: mid 90's to upper 90's
Clarksville: mid 90's
Cookeville: low to mid 90's
Columbia: mid 90's
Manchester: mid 90's