Skies have been mostly clear for most of the day allowing us to warm up quite nicely into the lower 80s. We will drop back down into the 50s tonight and from there we will continue a nice warming streak.
A few showers could spark off Sunday morning as a low moves away from the region. Any showers that do form will remain north of Interstate 20. Outside of that shower will warm back up into the 80s. Sunday is the last day we even have a shot at rain through the next seven days.
After Sunday, high pressure builds in and will intensify over us and initiate a nice warming streak over our regions. This high pressure will bring the warmest air of the year so far as highs will climb through the mid and upper 80s and even into the 90s by midweek. A little side note, this is the first time we will have seen a 90 degree temperature reading since September 19, 2013.
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