Rain showers this morning has tapered off for now with peeks of sunshine working in-between the clouds. The mostly cloudy skies will be present overnight and into our Friday as well. We could see another round of showers develop through the evening and into the overnight, especially south of Interstate 20, but the bulk rainfall is virtually gone for at least the next week.
High pressure will start to try and build back in tomorrow, it is in fact already trying to build in at the surface. With that, rain chances drop to just isolated and pop-up variety showers and storms through the day with most of the activity progged to develop in the afternoon. We will see a similar situation on Saturday, except rain chances will be exclusively in the afternoon.
Sunday will be the transition day as high pressure is not fully in place, allowing for a stray shower or two, but highs will climb into the lower and middle 90s. We all reach the middle 90s by Monday, and rain chances at ten percent will actually be a little to high. Highs look to max in the middle to upper 90s Tuesday and Wednesday before clouds build in ahead of a weak boundary sliding in from the north Thursday and Friday.
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