From Storm Search 7 Chief Meteorologist Steve Kersh:
TONIGHT - Isolated Evening T-Storms, then M.Cloudy
Wind: SW/S 10-20 mph
FRIDAY - Pt./M. Cloudy w/ Isolated T-Storms After 3pm CT
Wind: SW/N 10-20 mph
FRIDAY NIGHT - Pt./M.Cloudy w/ Isolated Evening T-Storms
Wind: N 5-15 mph
SATURDAY - Pt.Cloudy AM / M.Sunny PM & Hot
Wind:N/E 5-15 mph
EXTENDED FORECAST - We will be getting into a "hot and dry" spell during this extended forecast from Sunday through Thursday with upper-level high pressure (sinking air aloft) staying over us. High temperatures will rise into the lower to mid 90s over the majority of the area with highs closer to 100 degrees over the southeastern Texas Panhandle each and every day. Low temperatures will drop into the 60s to around 70 degrees. Winds will blow from the south and southwest at 10-20 mph on Sunday through Tuesday and then increasing to the 15-25 mph average range, gusting to 35-40 mph on Wednesday and Thursday.
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