Early morning clouds to break apart this morning with sunshine this afternoon. Dryline pushes east through the day with a few isolated storms out of our area. As the dryline rushes in dry air wind speeds will pick up for a light breeze 10-20mph from the south west with the high near 92.
TONIGHT: High clouds increase tonight with mild wake up temperatures in the lower to mid 60s.
FRIDAY: Another day with the possibility for severe storms, mainly east. A weak front will be moving in from the north, dryline in our area, and a upper level disturbance to our south will bring the risk for afternoon and evening storms. Friday's Storm Prediction Center outlook with potential large hail and damaging wind to our eastern counties and across central Texas.
WEEKEND: We might have some lingering showers and possible storms Saturday on the back end of this upper level system. The weak front moves in and drops highs to the average for this time of year near 84.
NEXT WEEK: Models bring another chance for showers and storms by Wednesday the dryline to our west and an upper level system moving across the northwest. Looking beyond we still look to have additional chance for rain into next weekend. Still a ways away for things to change. Temperatures gradually warm back to the lower 90s with lows in the upper 50s and low 60s.
Have a great Thursday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.