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Lather, Rinse, Repeat: Sunny skies and warm temps again | Central Texas Forecast

Expect near-triple digits through Father's Day.
Credit: Jordan Darensbourg Meteorologist

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Credit: Jordan Darensbourg Meteorologist


After another warm night, the heat will continue on Wednesday. Heat index values reaching into the 105-109 degree range are possible.

Tuesday night: Clear, with a morning low of 72. East wind 5 to 10 mph.

Wednesday: Sunny, with an afternoon high of 98. Northwest wind 5-10 mph.


Hot conditions will be the theme for the long term with daytime high temps in the upper 90s to near 100-102 degrees in spots. Rain chances will be near zero and it's conceivable that Central Texas may get our first 100 degree day of the year this week. 

The mid-level ridge should be nudged slightly toward the West as that tropical system emerges out of the Bay of Campeche and into the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. Expect the tropical feature to shift toward the East quickly, taking any rain/cloud cover with it. This weekend mostly sunny skies and a drier airmass is expected to be in place.

Credit: Jordan Darensbourg Meteorologist

Wednesday Night: Clear, low 73. East around 5 mph.

Thursday: Sunny, high 97. West 5-10 .

Thursday Night: Clear, low 75. South 5-10 .

Friday: Sunny, high 96. South 5-10 .

Friday Night: Mostly clear, low 73. East  5-10 .

Saturday: Sunny, high 95. Northeast 5-10.

Saturday Night: Mostly clear, low 72.

Sunday: Sunny, high 97.

Sunday Night: Mostly clear, low 75.

Monday: Sunny, high  97.

Tuesday: Partly Cloudy, 20% showers. High 94.

10-DAY FORECAST: See the forecast past the 7-day

Showers continue over the Bay of Campeche due to a broad low pressure area. Any development should be slow to occur due to its close proximity to land.  The disturbance should begin to move northward by Thursday, and a tropical depression is likely to form when the low moves across the central and northwestern Gulf of Mexico.

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