Sunny, hot and dry

Reported by: Rudy Pearce
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Updated: 8/02/2013 8:32 pm
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Today marked a return to rain free conditions thanks to southwesterly wind bringing in drier air and the center of high pressure sitting directly overhead. It was a hot one as well with most of us starting off the day in the low to mid 70s and warming to around 100° this afternoon. Below is a look at some of our morning lows and afternoon highs from today.


Similar conditions can be expected for the next seven days. With high pressure overhead we will stay dry and warm to around the century mark each afternoon. The center of high pressure will shift off to the east by the middle of next week which will give us a little relief from the heat, low to mid 90s in the afternoon versus mid to upper 90s. A cold front will approach the region by the end of next week but will likely stall out in the Texas Panhandle meaning rain chances and cooler air will stay to the north of us.

I hope you have a great weekend! Join us tonight on the News at Nine for the latest News, Weather, and Sports. Caitlin will have all your forecast updates this weekend.
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Partly Cloudy

Wind: S 5 mph
Feels Like: 75°
High: 101°
Low: 74°

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