Today: Dry conditions and a hot afternoon are forecast for tomorrow. Afternoon high could break records as we approach 92°.
This evening: Most of the time, clear skies will last overnight with warm, dry air. Our evening depression will be cooler at 58°.
Tomorrow: The heat is at the rendezvous tomorrow with record highs and sunshine that lasts all day. The afternoon high will reach near 94°.
This morning our temps start in the mid 50s and into the lower 70s. The humidity lasts all morning because our temperatures and dew points are close. This means that the air is saturated which could cause condensation on your car this morning. The humidity will leave the southern plains quickly for the rest of the morning and be replaced by very dry air.
This afternoon’s highs will warm into the lower 90s, about 20 degrees warmer than yesterday. This is due to descending winds from the southwest. This hot, dry air will see us through a blustery afternoon before temperatures start to hit records by tomorrow as we enter the mid-90s.
A red flag warning comes into effect this morning from 10:00 a.m. and lasts until 8:00 p.m. due to hot, dry air entering. Extremely dry conditions continue for the rest of the day due to our lack of rain yesterday. However, the humidity that set in yesterday and lasted all morning will help us see more chance of rain through the end of our week.
Humidity is coming out of the Southern Plains this morning, but you may notice some condensation on your car this morning due to the saturated air. The highs will warm up quickly in the 90s during our swell day and will stay that way on Thursday due to a dry, warm breeze blowing in from the southwest. Another chance of rain enters the forecast by Friday, with some thunderstorms possible, before a fine weekend with clear skies and highs in the 80s for Saturday.
Have a good afternoon!
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