Mostly Dry Today Before Scattered Storms Return
TODAY: Look for increasing clouds through the day, but we’ll still keep plenty of sunshine. Dew points will start to rise into the upper 60s as southeast winds 5-10 mph helps to bring back the gulf moisture. There is a chance for an isolated shower after 2 PM south of US-82, but most will stay dry. Highs today head into the upper 80s with a few inching into the low 90s.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy skies will stick around as gulf moisture makes its full return. Look for lows near 70 with a light southeast wind.
THURSDAY/FRIDAY: The chance for scattered showers and storms will increase area-wide as afternoon heating and gulf moisture give us a summer weather pattern back. Look for highs in the upper 80s with south winds.
WEEKEND: More scattered showers and storms are expected as temperatures stay muggy in the upper 80s.
MON/TUE: Some scattered showers and storms cannot be expected. Temperatures will climb close to 90 degrees as we approach the 4th of July. Not everyone gets a storm and it’s likely that we’ll get many of our fireworks celebrations a green light, but we’ll have to keep monitoring.