The mix of high pressure and a slightly drier atmosphere has drastically limited the development and coverage of late-day showers or storms … but the few that form will likely be located near the Big Bend coast, south of Interstate 10, moving east to southeast and not reaching strong levels. The rest of us will remain dry and warm this evening as temps fall slowly through the 80s by midnight. Overnight lows bottom out in the mid and lower 70s with areas of clear sky. Most of the daylight hours Thursday will stay dry and hot, with highs from near 90° coast to near 100° interior, but a cold front will approach by tomorrow night, which may generate areas of rain and possible strong storms which may stretch, but weaken, into Friday morning. The front will help return temperatures to near average (lows around 70°, highs lower 90s) for the upcoming Father’s Day weekend with only an isolated shower in the outlook.
Posted at 3:45 PM, Jun 12, 2013
and last updated 2013-06-12 15:45:00-04
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