RAIN CHANCES INCREASING THIS WEEKEND...
The upper level disturbance that has brought so much heavy rain to SE Texas will be moving back to the west tomorrow and on Sunday. Another weak upper level disturbance in Kansas will be moving toward North Texas tonight. These two will merge and then meander back to the west over the weekend. Here’s look at where these disturbances are located as of 4pm on Friday. The red dashed lines are the disturbances.
This evening a few isolated showers and thunderstorms will be possible even in the Metroplex. But the best coverage will be to our south and east this evening and tonight.
RAIN CHANCES THIS EVENING…
Rain chances will go up this weekend. Here’s the rain coverage map for Saturday and Sunday.
SATURDAY RAIN CHANCES
SUNDAY RAIN CHANCES
OUTLOOK FOR THE NEXT 3 MONTHS…
The temperature outlook as we move into August, September and October continues are above average trend. We are looking at temperatures 0.5 degree to 1.0 degree above average over the next three months. Much of the country is expecting above average temperatures too.
3 MONTH TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK FOR AUG, SEP, & OCT
The rainfall outlook for the next three months show most of the country expecting normal rainfall including Texas.
3 MONTH PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK FOR AUG, SEP, & OCT
*The above two maps are products of the Climate Prediction Center which is part of NOAA.
PARKER COUNTY PEACH FESTIVAL
A wonderful annual event returns tomorrow to Weatherford! It is the Parker County Peach Festival. Decent forecast for the event with just an isolated storm possible in the afternoon. Here’s more on the Peach Festival
FORECAST FOR DALLAS/FORT WORTH
TONIGHT… Stray shower or storm possible mainly south of I-20. Also a small chance of storms along the Red River after midnight. Low of 76. E 5-10 mph
TOMORROW (SATURDAY)… Partly sunny. 20% chance of PM showers and storms. High of 95. SE 6-12 mph
SUNDAY… Partly to mostly cloudy. 30% to 40% coverage on showers and thunderstorms. High of 93. SE 5-10 mph
MONDAY… Mostly sunny. 20% chance of a PM storm. High of 95.
TUESDAY… Mostly sunny and hot. High of 97.
WEDNESDAY… Mostly sunny and hot. High of 97.