Plenty of sunshine this afternoon as clouds have continued to thin out behind our cold front that worked through yesterday. In its wake, much drier air has arrived at the surface and aloft, eliminating cloud cover and resulting in plenty of blue skies.
The lack of clouds tonight and drier air continuing to filter in will allow most us to drop into the mid 60s with a few lower 60s possible overnight. Temperatures tomorrow should get just shy of 90 as an upper level low moves over head. As it passes to our west late in the day, that will allow humidity to start returning late on Saturday with a stray shower possible for locations east of Highway 45, but I am going to leave a rain chance out of the official forecast.
Rain returns on Sunday and Monday as the low moves further to our west, bringing in much more humid air to cause showers and storms. We then back off to much more pop-up variety storms late in the week as highs climb back into the middle 90s.
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