Storms that formed the night before will attempt to move into north Texas in the morning. The better chances will be our counties that border the Red River:
FutureSky Forecast puts some stronger storms in our northwest corner in the early morning hours. These storms will quickly lose their punch as they move east. A few showers could develop south of the storms in the morning. Most will awake to morning clouds and warm, humid conditions:
After the clouds clear we expect another typical June day: in the low 90’s, humid and breezy. The wind gusts could get close to 30mph over our western counties:
No rain today in north Texas. Rain chances look rather meek early in the work week ahead. The dry spell continues. We’ve had the first five months of the year have below-normal rainfall. We are off to the driest start to a year in 40 years. Seven days to the Summer Solstice and 200 days left in the year and still looking for a run of wet weather:
Next rain chance starts to show up late Wednesday and peaks on Friday. A strong storm system over the Northern Plains will bring a weak cold front to the Red River.
For temperatures we’ll have highs in the low 90’s until clouds and rain chances put us in the 80’s at the end of the week. This system should clear by next weekend. We have some hot weather coming in after next weekend, perhaps even our first triple-digit high of the year.