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7 DAY FORECAST
HOURLY
55
Overcast
Tuesday-
PM Showers
69
48
20%
69
48
PM Showers
Precipitation20%
Wind10mph ESE
Humidity71%
UVHigh
Wednesday-
Heavy Rain
52
43
100%
52
43
Heavy Rain
Precipitation100%
Wind10mph ENE
Humidity90%
UVLow
Thursday-
AM Showers
60
47
10%
60
47
AM Showers
Precipitation10%
Wind10mph NW
Humidity80%
UVModerate
Friday-
Mostly Sunny
70
51
0%
70
51
Mostly Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind10mph NW
Humidity73%
UVHigh
Saturday-
Sunny
74
52
0%
74
52
Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind10mph NNW
Humidity60%
UVHigh
Sunday-
Sunny
77
54
0%
77
54
Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind10mph WNW
Humidity61%
UVModerate
Monday-
Sunny
76
52
0%
76
52
Sunny
Precipitation0%
Wind10mph SW
Humidity62%
UVModerate
RIGHT NOW
Precipitation0%
Wind2mph SSE
Humidity84%
UVLow
Visibility7 miles
53
0%
55
0%
57
0%
60
0%
65
0%
66
0%
67
0%
69
0%
68
0%
68
0%
67
0%
64
0%

Latest Weathercast

WEATHERCAST

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Latest Forecast


Good morning! As you’re getting up conditions outside are partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with temperatures in the low/ mid-50s. Winds will be from the south at 5-10 mph and fog development will be possible for some locations. Isolated shower chances still linger in southernmost counties.

Into Tuesday afternoon, highs will be even warmer as we mainly make it to the mid/ upper 60s with a few places warming to the lower 70s. Skies will remain partly cloudy to mostly cloudy with winds from the southeast/ east at 5-10 mph. There will be building rain chances through the afternoon, with the best possibilities south of I20. By Tuesday night the Big Country will have a 40-50 percent chance of scattered showers with lows in the upper 40s/ low 50s.

On Wednesday, the remnants of what used to be hurricane Willa will slip in from the southwest and push through the Big Country. This will bring in a 90-100 percent chance of widespread heavy rain across the region and unfortunately bring in flooding possibilities as well. At this time, it looks like the severe weather threat will remain low, but rain totals should average between 1-3”+ inches. Skies are going to be cloudy with highs in the low/ mid-50s and winds will turn to the northeast at 5-10 mph. Into Wednesday night the rain chances will decrease and we’ll cool to the mid-40s.

By Thursday however, rain chances will quickly move out by the early morning for most of the region. Skies will clear out to mostly sunny/ partly cloudy conditions with highs in the upper 50s to mid-60s and winds will be from the north at 5-10 mph. Thursday night we’ll continue to clear and lows will drop to the mid/ upper 40s.

For Friday, the rain is gone and skies should become mostly sunny at that time. Temperatures will warm back to the upper 60s/ low 70s and winds will still be from the north at 5-10 mph. Friday night is expected to be mostly clear with lows in the lower 50s.

Currently, for Saturday through Monday, it looks like more seasonable weather will build back in across the Big Country. Skies will be sunny with highs in the low/ mid-70s and winds will be from the northeast/ southeast at 5-10 mph.

Have a great day! -MV-

SUNRISE
07:48:40 am
SUNSET
06:57:09 pm

Today's Record Temperatures

Record High90
F
Record Low33
F