We will be in store for another quiet night under clear skies, but it will not be nearly as chilly as it has been in recent nights. Overnight lows will fall into the middle 50's with a light south breeze.
Friday will be another mostly sunny sky, but it will be a windy day at times as south winds kick in at 15 to 20 mph, creating a rough chop on area lakes. Look for highs to warm to near 80 degrees.
As we head into the upcoming weekend, a weak cold front will approach the area from the north, but will end up stalling out. This will lead to a 20% chance of isolated showers on Saturday for areas mainly north of Interstate 30. Most everyone else will be dry, but skies will become mostly cloudy as humidity levels start to climb the proverbial ladder.
Our attention next week will turn to a western storm that will slowly move into the desert southwest, putting us in a favorable spot to see multiple rounds of rainfall, some of which could be heavy at times.
Right now, the best chances to get wet next week look to be on Wednesday and Thursday area wide, with the highest rainfall amounts mainly taking shape along and north of the Interstate 20 corridor. It is too early to say how much rainfall will occur and when the rain will start due to differences with our different computer models. Nevertheless, prepare for some wet weather next week as the rain and storm track start to shift in our direction due to the slow moving nature of that area of low pressure to our west.
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