Temperatures Staying Below 100 Through Sunday, Storms Possible

Dan Brounoff
August 23, 2019 - 7:26 am

Temperatures staying below 100 degrees through Sunday with hit and miss peak heating storms! Highest chances will be north of I-20.

We'll be heating up Sunday and Monday.

Slight storm chance and a bit cooler Tuesday as a weak cool front slide close to the area. Front lifts back to the north Wednesday causing temperatures to warm back near 100 through Friday.

By late Friday, there may be a a stronger cold front impacting our weather with a brief-bout of rain and much cooler temperatures through Labor Day. Right now, I'm giving this a 25% chance of happening due to conflicting data I've been analyzing. Hoping to increase this percentage next week!

  • Under 100 yesterday….AGAIN! 98 degrees!
  • Slight storm chance today, then again tomorrow.
  • We flirt with 100 degrees Monday.
  • Cooling down a tad with some rain by on Tuesday.
  • Watching Labor Day weekend for rain and cooler temps.
  • Yest Rain: 0.00”; August Rain: 0.72”; Deficit: 0.51”

Yesterday: High: 98; Low: 80; 2019 Rain: 25.41”; Surplus: 1.98”  
Normals: High: 96; Low: 75 - Record high: 107 (2010); Low: 64 (1961)

Today: Partly cloudy and hot. Hit and miss storms during peak heating. High: Mid 90s. Heat index near 100. Wind: South 5-10 mph.
Tonight: Mostly clear and muggy. Low: Near 80. Wind: SSE 5-10 mph.
Tomorrow: Partly cloudy and hot. Slight chance of a peak heating storm. High: Mid 90s. Wind: South 5-10 mph.

Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot. Slight chance of a morning storm. High: Mid to upper 90s.

Monday: Mostly sunny and hot. High: Near 100.

Tuesday: Chance of showers and storms. Cooler. Low 90s.

Wed. and Thurs: Partly cloudy and hot. High: Near 100.