From Rusty Garrett:
Unlike the past few weeks of summer, this one brings with it - good chances for scattered showers and thunderstorms. A trough of low pressure will slowly meander over the state. As it does, this will help to stir up the atmosphere enough for widely scattered showers and thunderstorms to form.
Rain chances are highest along and east of I-35 (near 40-50%). A few thunderstorms during peak afternoon heating, may be strong, containing lightning and wind gusts near 50 mph, but widespread severe weather is not anticipated.
Overnight lows fall into the middle 70s, which is around average for this time of year. High temps, due to increasing clouds and chances for rain, only reach the middle 90s with partly to mostly cloudy skies overhead.
Rain chances drop to 30% Wednesday afternoon as the trough of low pressure inches away from the area. A cool front dropping through the Central Plains for the middle of the week will not move through the area, but by Thursday the front may help to spark a few more scattered showers or thunderstorms during the afternoon.
Temperatures this weekend make a return back into the middle and upper 90s with hot and humid conditions lingering, but also a slight chance for a few pop-up showers.