TUESDAY: Another toasty day ahead of us as afternoon temperatures climb back into the 80s and 90s. More sunshine can be expected today as drier air works its way in from the west. A few spot storms are possible over the far Southeastern Plains, although, coverage of storms will be far less than what was seen on Monday. Westerly winds will stay relatively light (5-15mph) with a touch more wind over the far Northeastern Plains.
WEDNESDAY: Tomorrow will look and feel similar to what is expected today as high temperatures stay put in the 80s and 90s and mostly sunny conditions stick around for another day.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny conditions and slightly cooler temps (2-5 degree cool down) can be expected with only a few spot storms possible.
FRIDAY – WEEKEND: A storm system is expected to drop south along the California coast, helping to pull in remnant moisture from what is currently Hurricane Andres. High pressure parked over Texas will also help draw in Pacific moisture from Hurricane Andres and Tropical Storm Blanca. If the high pressure shifts a touch farther west, Arizona will hog all the good moisture. We’ll be sure to keep you updated on the track and progress of this weekend’s set-up.