Rain showers have been off and on today and will be coming to an end this evening as some drier air works in and our cold front and upper level low exit that are currently near us. We will see peeks of sunshine tomorrow as high pressure asserts a little influence, but we may be able to squeeze out a shower or two for locations south of I-20 for Saturday.
Sunday changes things again as the front that is passing today returns north as a warm front and reignites showers and storms as it moves northward. Storms are not expected to be severe, but could be strong in nature with some gusty winds or small hail. Another cold front arrives on Monday with one more day of showers and storms before things quiet out for the middle of next week.
A strong ridge of high pressure looks to build in on top of us starting on Tuesday, which should end rain chances and will also tap into very warm air to our west, making the middle of next week the warmest of the season so far. Highs look to reach the mid 90s through the end of next week.
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