Here’s the Deal: The weather pattern for the next couple of days will remain hot and dry with lots of sunshine. Morning lows will be in the low-70s. Afternoon highs will be in the mid-to-upper-90s. Winds will blow from the southeast 10-20 mph, with gusts up to 25 mph. Elevated fire conditions will be in play once again for Sunday afternoon with all the dry vegetation, hot temperatures, and strong winds.
Into the Future: We fast forward to Tuesday night when a cold front begins to enter the northern Big Country. Rain chances begin on Wednesday for our northern counties and begin to stretch down into the I-20 corridor on Thursday. Thursday night, the cool front advances to the south bringing opportunities for rain to the Heartland and our southern counties on Friday. Rain chances could last into the weekend as well. The timing and regional impact of these events could certainly change as we move into the work week. Me and the rest of the KRBC Storm Team will keep you posted of any changes to these potential and hopeful rain chances.