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Sunday Evening: Isolated showers and thunderstorms possible. Low temps in the mid 70's. Winds: S 5-15 mph.
Monday: Back to hot and dry. Winds S 5-15 mph. High: 98
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Very Isolated Storms July 4th Weekend
Friday, July 3rd, 2015
VERY ISOLATED SHOWERS AND STORMS
Mainly dry, hot and humid. Those will be the words to describe the rest of your holiday weekend. But I can't take rain chances totally out of your forecast. I'll keep in a 10% chance Saturday afternoon to early evening and Sunday afternoon to early evening. Even one lonely storm - if it develops - could bring a brief heavy downpour and dangerous lightning, so keep an eye to the sky and better yet, download our free KEYE weather app and you can check our interactive radar anytime: http://bit.ly/keyeRadar
4th of JULY
Morning Parades: 83, Partly Sunny
Afternoon: 93, Partly Cloudy, Isolated showers/storms
Fireworks: 85, Partly Cloudy
Winds: S 5-10. UV Index: Extreme (Don't forget the sunscreen!)
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WELLS BRANCH 4TH FEST
There are lots of 4th of July Parades going on in Central Texas including the Wells Branch 4th Fest Parade. It starts at 10AM Saturday at Katherine Fleischer Park. I'm excited to be bringing my family to ride in the parade! Hope to see you there! The weather's looking great. 83 and partly sunny skies for the parade with no rain in the morning!
STREAK OF 90S
The good news: our highs, while in the 90s, have been below normal recently (normal high is 94). The bad news: our streak of 90s which stands at 11 shows no signs of ending. Our tally of 90s for the year is now 23 days compared with the normal to date of 35 at Camp Mabry. Our hottest temp so far this year? 95. I think we could meet or even beat that by mid to late week next week. As for triple digits, we average 4 in the month of July but I am not forecasting any triple digit highs yet. For the record: there have been 13 years since records have been kept (dating back to 1897) with NO 100+ readings. The most recent year of no 100s? 1987.
STORM TRACKER FORECAST
4th of July Saturday: 93 Partly cloudy with very isolated PM showers/storms. Rain chance: 10%. Winds: S 5-10. *Morning Low: 75
Sunday: 93 Partly cloudy, very isolated PM showers/storms. Rain Chance: 10%. Winds: S 10-15. *Morning Low: 75
Monday: 94 Mostly sunny. Winds: S 5-15. *Morning Low: 76
Tuesday: 94 Partly cloudy. Winds: S 5-15. *Morning Low: 76
Wednesday: 94 Partly cloudy, very isolated PM showers/storms. Rain Chance: 10%. Winds: S 5-15. *Morning Low: 76
Thursday: 96 (Hottest this year so far). Mostly sunny. Winds: S 5-15. *Morning Low: 76
Friday: 95 Mostly sunny. Winds: S 5-15. *Morning Low: 74
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