Daily Afternoon Rain & Storms

Precipitation

Rain coverage will stay fairly limited through the rest of the weekend.

Lows tonight will drop to upper 60s and lower 70s.

Showers and storms will slowly taper off by Sunday midday.

Early morning fog should burn off rather quickly Sunday, with temperatures quickly rising through the afternoon.

Late this afternoon and into this evening, storms will likely develop across western and northwestern North Texas. Storms will gradually diminish once we reach sunset Sunday evening. By mid-week a ridge of high pressure looks to strengthen in Deep South which may bring rain chances down and allow temperatures will climb back into the low to mid 90s. Afternoon rain chances will be around 50-60% through Thursday, but the overnights should be mostly dry except for a few isolated showers.

"Saturday's chance of rain is highest near USA 278 and lowest in Southern Tennessee; these storms may be heavy enough to deliver 1-2" of rainfall in a few spots, but that kind of rain looks sparse.

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The following Monday, August 21st will be the solar eclipse, but its much too early to nail down specifics on the what we can expect that afternoon weather-wise.

Behind the front, high pressure will begin to build and settle across the region through Sunday leading to partly cloudy skies.

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