Most locations hit 90 degrees today under partly cloudy skies. As we are still under the influence of high pressure to the south of us, clouds will erode through the evening hours and for the most part of tomorrow as it continues to shift to the east. Tomorrow, everyone should have no problem topping out near 90 degrees, a few locations could even hit above that. As Monday draws to a close expect changes to come into play as rain that has been drenching portions of drought ridden Texas moves our way.
The upper level low that is associated with this system will continue to move towards our area Tuesday night through the weekend and with it showers and storms can be expected. With daytime heating and enough of lift in place, it looks like the best chance for any rain will be during the afternoon, when weak storms become scattered in nature.
Cloudy conditions will persist through much of next week knocking about 5 degrees off our highs, with temperatures moderating in the mid to upper 80s. By the weekend, we could see a few 90s back in the forecast as the clouds decrease and the rain comes to an end.
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