Consistent weather for the week
7:00 a.m. Monday 31 August 2015
Today and tomorrow we have a low 10% chance for a pop up shower and t-storm. This isn’t from a front passing by, just weak little disturbances that brush by as our ridge of high pressure sits over us. This ridge is settled more into the south and with a trough of low pressure over the northeast, there isn’t much of a change with this set up for the week as models are showing these systems just staying in about the same spot almost all week and hardly moving. What this means is we have a dry week ahead of us with temperatures being consistent as well around the mid 90s. This is warmer than where we want to be now, which is right at 90 degrees, so until this ridge of high pressure weakens and moves off, we have hot conditions still to deal with.
Burn bans are also still in effect for a few north Texas counties, including Cooke, Grayson, and Fannin counties so be sure to follow your counties water restrictions and burn bans.
Tonight: Lows around 73 with mostly clear skies and a 10% chance for sct. shower/t-storm
Tuesday: Mostly Sunny… 73/94 with a 10% chance for a pop up shower/t-storm
Wednesday: Mostly Sunny… 73/95
Thursday: Mostly Sunny… 72/94
Friday: Mostly Sunny… 71/95
Saturday: Mostly Sunny… 71/94
Sunday: Mostly Sunny… 72/94
Weather Authority/News 12