Showers and storms have been rolling from north to south across the viewing area this afternoon. Some storms have been strong to severe with gusty winds and hail. Rain will exit after sunset with the loss of daytime heating, but more rain is possible tomorrow as a front arrives from our north. As the front passes, it looks like the best chance of rain will be south of I-20 for Tuesday.
One lingering shower or storm is possible on Wednesday before we clear out again as high pressure builds in. Temperatures will return to the mid 90s by the time we hit the weekend, but will start to tumble again as an upper level low develops over us.
This area of low pressure will allow cooler air to arrive, and temperatures will drop back towards 90. Rain chances may start to pick back up as well as we move into the beginning of next week.
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