From Rusty Garrett:
This week's rain chances were great, although NOT 100% !
Unfortunately, the first week of August WON'T be as generous.
Expect a few clouds to return early Saturday morning as lows fall into the middle and upper 70s. High pressure from the Desert Southwest will start to move eastward and build over the Southern Plains. As the high approaches this weekend, rain chances end and temperatures rise.
Highs Saturday climb into the middle and upper 90s with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies by the afternoon. A stray shower remains possible, but much of the area will remain rain free. That mainly dry trend continues into Sunday with mostly sunny weather and highs that approach 100°.
The triple-digit heat likely returns by Monday afternoon and will continue through much of next week. Fortunately, afternoon dew point values will take a slight tumble. "Feels Like" values next week may only climb as high as 104°. No rain is in the forecast through the next work week.