Tonight: It’ll be a fairly humid and mild night, with low temps dropping to the lower 60’s for most of us. Winds will pick up to a decent breeze around 10 to 20 mph. Skies will begin to fill in with a few clouds, but should remain mostly clear for the most part.
Saturday: It’s going to be a gorgeous day overall, with high temperatures climbing back to the upper 80’s and lower 90’s possibly.
As we move into the afternoon/evening hours, we are looking at a small chance to see some scattered showers and an isolated storm or two mostly north of the I-20 corridor. We do have a marginal risk for some severe weather north of the I-20 corridor, mostly for the evening hours.
Winds will be pretty strong around 15 to 25 mph, gusting around 30 to 35 mph at times.
Sunday: A very similar set up to Saturday is in store as afternoon temperatures are going to climb into the mid to upper 80’s and lower 90’s. Winds are expected to remain strong all day around 15 to 25 mph throughout the day. We’ll also pick up some light rain chances by the afternoon/evening hours, with some isolated showers and a storm or two expected for some of the Big Country. We also have a marginal risk again for seeing some severe weather at times in the northern parts of the Big Country.
Future Weather Discussion: We are entering an unsettled weather pattern over the next 7 days. Small rounds of energy will move through, allowing for the possibility of nearly daily rain chances over the next 7 days. Our best rain chances will enter the Big Country next Tuesday/Wednesday, as well our best chance of seeing some strong to severe thunderstorms. My recommendation is to keep some kind of rain gear near/with you if you’ll be out and about as these will be pop-up showers/storms and won’t last too long.