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Splash and dash weekend showers | Central Texas Forecast

Dry weather returns next week.

CENTRAL, Texas — HOURLY FORECAST: See what the weather will be like by the hour

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SHORT TERM FORECAST

Cloudy afternoon skies will give way to a clearing trend this evening. A quiet weekend is expected, outside of a slight chance for rain tomorrow in the Brazos Valley. Otherwise, the upper level high will keep Central Texas dry and primarily rain-free again Saturday and Sunday. Lighter winds and relative humidity values above 30% this weekend will generally preclude a  threat for grassfires outside of a few isolated areas. 

Friday Night: Partly cloudy, low temperature 76°. East wind 5-10 mph.

Saturday: Partly cloudy, 20% afternoon showers, high temperature 100°. East 5-10.

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Showers will be very limited tomorrow.

EXTENDED FORECAST

 Temple/Killeen/Waco will remain under the influence of the upper high pressure  before it gradually weakens by mid-late week. Temps will climb daily  into the triple digits areawide.  A weak summer front looks to get into Central Texas, but the question remains as to it's  strength. This will in turn determine rain chances and where. 

Saturday Night: Clear, low temperature 75°.  East  wind around 5 mph.

Sunday: Sunny, high temperature 101°. Southeast 5-15, and gusty.

Sunday Night: Mostly clear, low 74°.  Southeast 5-15, and gusty.

Monday: A few clouds, high 101°. Southeast 5-15, and gusty.

Monday Night: Mostly clear, low 77°.  Southeast 5-10.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, high 102°.  South 5-15, and gusty.

Tuesday Night: Mostly clear, low 78°.  Southeast 5-10.

Wednesday: Fair, high 102°.  Southeast 5-10.

Wednesday Night: Increasingly cloudy,  20% showers, low 77°. South around 5 mph.

Thursday: Partly cloudy, 20% showers, high 99°.  South 5-10.

Thursday Night: Cloudy, 30% showers, low 75°.  Southwest 5-10.   

Friday: Cloudy, 30% showers, high 94°.  West 5-10.

Credit: KCEN TV Chief Meteorologist Andy Andersen
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