Temperatures today for the 12th day this month climbed into the lower 90s, and we should be just able to reach 90 tomorrow before rain showers and storms arrive in the afternoon with our cold front.
This front will arrive in the early afternoon and be working southward through the later part of our Friday. As of now, timing looks to be about noon to 1pm for northern locations and around 3 to 4pm for places along and south of I-20. Rain will come to an end from north to south, with locations north of I-20 dry by sunset. Rain will exit overnight and high pressure will arrive for our Saturday.
Saturday brings a refreshing chance with highs in the upper 80s, low humidity, and lows in the 50s and 60s. In fact, we have not had a low in the 50s since May 28, and it looks like that should happen on Sunday.
We will remain dry through most of next week but temperatures will hover a degree or two on either side of 90.
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