An inverted upper level trough will hover over the Texas region for the first half of the week. This area of low pressure aloft will make it possible for afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms. Activity will be isolated and in the southeast and eastern half of the forecast area. Most of us will stay dry, however short and infrequent periods of heavy rain will be possible along with lightning. The severe weather threat will remain low.
Upper level ridging will strengthen over Texas as we head into the weekend. A few showers and thunderstorms will be possible mainly in the northwestern counties as upper level divergence upstream the ridge axis will create a favorable environment for afternoon and evening convective development. Most of the activity will stay out of our area. The severe weather threat is low.
Temperatures during this week will be hovering around if not a few degrees above average for the forecast period. Temperatures won’t reach the triple digits because of partly sunny skies along with high levels of moisture in the atmosphere.
Today: Mostly sunny. 10% Showers and thunderstorms in the far southeastern counties. High Temperature: 92° Winds: S 10-15 G20 MPH
Tonight: Partly clear. Low Temperature: 72° Winds: SSE 10-15 MPH
Wednesday: Partly sunny. 10% PM Showers and thunderstorms in the southeast. High Temperature: 93° Winds: S 10 MPH
Thursday (Independence Day): Partly sunny. 10% PM Showers and thunderstorms in the east. High Temperature: 94° Winds: S 10-15 G20 MPH
Friday: Mostly sunny. 10% Showers and thunderstorms in northwestern areas. High Temperature: 96° Winds: S 10 MPH
Saturday: Mostly sunny. 10% Showers and thunderstorms in northern areas. High Temperature: 97° Winds: S 5-10 MPH
Sunday: Mostly sunny. 20% Showers and thunderstorms in northern areas. High Temperature: 96° Winds: S 0-5 MPH
Monday: Mostly sunny. High Temperature: 98° Winds: SSW 5-10 MPH
Average High Temperature: 93°
Average Low Temperature: 71°
Sunrise: 6:36 A.M.
Sunset: 8:50 P.M.
Meteorologist Zach Gilday