Weekend starts off dry, but could end wet. Highs could potentially fall below average.
Friday an Saturday will stay mainly dry across the ArkLaTex, with the exception of a few isolated showers and storms. Highs will be in the middle to lower 90’s, with overnight lows in the middle 70’s.
As we move into Father’s Day on Sunday, an area of disturbance will work it’s way into Texas. Models are still in disagreement as to where this disturbance is going to go. Most are showing that this system could stay further to our west than originally anticipated. This would bring us a smaller chance of rain, and would allow our temperatures to stay in the lower 90’s. If we do see more rain out of this system, highs could drop into the middle 80’s by Monday. As of now, rainfall totals are forecasted to remain below one inch.
As we move into next week, high pressure will move back into the ArkLaTex. The official start of summer is on Thursday of next week, and the weather will warm up just in time for it. Highs next week will return to the middle 90’s, with overnight lows in the middle 70’s. Rain chances look to remain slim next week, with just a few isolated showers and storms each day.
Today’s average High/Low: 90/70