Sunday, June 26th, 2016
Isolated thunderstorms are expected Sunday night, especially in portions of the Hill Country, down towards San Antonio. Chance of rain along the I35 corridor: 30%. These will be very hit-and-miss thunderstorms. They will also be brief: once they rain themselves out, within a half-hour to an hour, they're gone. Lows tonight will drop into the mid 70's again, with a humid night expected, again.
Monday: Mostly sunny and hot, Highs in the mid 90's with heat indices around 97-103.
Tuesday: Chance of rain increases by the afternoon: 40%. Highs in the mid 90's, with a mix of sun/clouds becoming mostly cloudy late in the day.
KEYE ROUND ROCK EXPRESS WEEKEND
Head to the Dell Diamond Sunday through Tuesday!. First pitch for each game is at 7:05pm. Temps will be around 90 dropping into the mid 80s by the 9th inning.. http://www.rrexpress.com
Friday's mold count dropped to moderate with grass low. Get the latest allergy report from Allergy & Asthma Associates here: https://twitter.com/atxpollen
EXTENDED WEATHER FORECAST
MONDAY: 95 | Mostly sunny, a few passing clouds increase, late | Winds: SW Light | Morning Low: 74
TUESDAY: 96 | Partly sunny, isolated rain/storm chance | Rain Chance: 40% | Winds: E Light, 5 | Morning Low: 74
WEDNESDAY: 95 | Partly cloudy, isolated showers/storms possible, esp. late | Rain Chance: 30% | Winds: E 5 | Morning Low: 75
THURSDAY: 96 | Sunny | Winds: S/SE 5 | Morning Low: 74
FRIDAY: 95 | Sunny | Winds: S 5-15 | Morning Low: 75
SUMMER TEMPERATURE OUTLOOK
The NOAA CPC has released a 3-month outlook for July, August, and September for Temperatures, and for the first time in awhile, Central Texas is the only place in the continental United States, that could see equal temperatures to normal, or slightly lower temperatures as compared to normal.
SUMMER PRECIPITATION OUTLOOK
The NOAA CPC has released a 3-month outlook for July, August, and September for Precipitation, and Central Texas, as well as areas along the Gulf of Mexico are projected to see higher than average rainfall amounts, perhaps due to an increase in Tropical activity. This year is projected to be more active than normal in the Tropics.
This year's season will likely be more active than normal, and far more active in the Atlantic than last year. We have exited the holding El Nino pattern and returned to neutral. It is likely that we could fall into La Nina by the fall. Traditionally, we see increased activity in the gulf in this type of Transition season. Check the NWS latest Seminar to review the data.
Meteorologist Collin Myers
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