From Rusty Garrett:
High pressure continues to drift closer to the Lone Star State, resulting in decreased shower and thunderstorm chances. Because this area of high pressure isn't terribly strong or centered directly overhead, a few isolated showers are still in the forecast during peak heating, mainly near and east of I-35.
If any showers form, they should start to diminish shortly after sunset. Overnight lows fall into the low and middle 70s with mostly clear to partly cloudy skies.
Expect a similar weather story Thursday with near or slightly below average high temperatures and isolated showers during the afternoon. A cool front approaches the Red River Thursday afternoon, sparking more rain near and north of I-20. Although the front won't have much impact on our weather Thursday, it'll help to spark a few more showers.
As the front arrives Friday afternoon, expect a bit more scattered coverage of showers and thunderstorms. Rain chances remain near 20%. The cold front may bring some slightly cooler air Saturday as highs only reach the middle and upper 80s. No rain is in the forecast Saturday or Sunday, low rain chances return Labor Day Monday.