Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry can be seen weekdays on CBS 11 News at 5, 6 and 10 p.m.
Larry is one of the most distinguished meteorologists in Texas. He has won 9 Lone Star Emmy Awards, including being named Best Weathercaster in Texas 3 of the past 4 years.
Larry has earned American Meteorological Society Certification and has co-authored two research papers on tornadoes and severe weather.
Larry attended Valparaiso University, where he earned his Bachelor of Science Degree in Meteorology along with a Mathematics Minor.
He is a proud supporter of the Muscular Dystrophy Association and has hosted the MDA Labor Day Telethon. He also serves on the President’s Council for Lutheran Social Services of Texas.
Larry is married with two daughters.
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Hot weather will be with us for the rest of the week. Temperatures each day will top out right around 97 degrees. There is a cold front in the weather forecast, but it isn’t very strong.
An upper level disturbance moving through Colorado will track across the Central Plains and be close enough to trigger scattered showers and storms on Friday and Saturday.
Thursday will be very similar to what we saw on Wednesday in North Texas. Temperatures will be in the mid-90s with a 10 percent chance of a pop-up storm in the afternoon.
Wednesday will be mostly sunny and muggy again across North Texas. An isolated shower or storm will be possible in the afternoon, but rain chances are low at 10 percent.
Temperatures will be in the upper 90s on Tuesday. It will feel like the 100s when you factor in higher humidity. An isolated storm could develop in the afternoon, but coverage will be low.
The past several days have seen isolated showers in North Texas. But we are back in the heat for the rest of the week, and even into the triple digits by the weekend.