Weekend starts with rain, ends with sunshine & 90s

Published: Sep. 15, 2023 at 5:18 AM CDT|Updated: Sep. 15, 2023 at 4:39 PM CDT
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Temperatures for the football games are much better this week than last. Last week we were over 100 vs this week with clouds and temperatures mainly in the 70s. It will be a little muggy out there, but that’s nard to complain about when you compare it to weather conditions last Friday. Our atmosphere is pretty worked over from the rain that came through early Friday so rain chances for the rest of today have gone down. We once again turn our focus to rain chances that will come through overnight/to start Saturday morning. There’s a bit more confidence now that storms approach from the northwest and give us our best rain chances for Saturday morning. The best areas to see a soaking rain will be to the southwest. Some storms could produce gusty winds, heavy rain, and a few lightning strikes. Rain chances look highest around 6a-1p before the wave of rain starts to push out to the east. Behind this round of rain, the liquid magic falling from the sky will dry up, for the time being, as drier air filters in. Saturday afternoon brings highs in the low to mid 80s. while Sunday looks quiet but a touch warmer with highs in the low 90s.

Sunday’s highs will be warm, climbing to near 90°, but that’s actually close to average for this time of year. High temperatures stay in the low 90s Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday with chances for rain returning on both Wednesday and Thursday. The best rain chances may stay north of here, but it’s something we will be monitoring in the coming days. After the mid-week rain exists, we’ll warm up a bit more into the low-to-mid 90s with dry conditions for the end of next week. Triple digits look to hold off for now. Hopefully we are done with those for the rest of the year!! There were some signs that a cold front would push through next weekend, but the front may not actually get into the state. We are getting into cold front season, but we’re also not quite at the time yet that these cold fronts will move through with any sort of frequency.

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