Our cold front passed through last night with a few storms across the area, most of which stayed below severe criteria, but with some gusty winds and plenty of lightning and rain nonetheless. Today has seen high pressure build in from the north with much cooler and drier air across the area.
High pressure will remain in control through Father's Day before our next cold front arrives on Monday, bringing some isolated showers and storms. This front looks to stall over the I-20/59 corridor and be the catalyst for showers and storms each afternoon through most of next week.
Even with the clouds and rain hanging around, temperatures look to remain in the low 90s and humidity will return as well as we work through the week. Overnight lows will be cool Saturday morning before returning to the 70s for Father's Day and staying around 70 for the rest of the week.
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