Warm, Humid & Breezy
-90 Degree Stretch Continues
-Isolated Hill Country Storms
-Severe Storm Potential Tue/Wed
-Isolated Severe T-Storms possible in the Northern Hill Country
-Hail, Lightning & Damaging Wind Possible Tue/Wed.
Warm & Humid:
-Not much change to the forecast as far as temperatures are concerned. Highs continue to surpass the 90 degree mark all across Central Texas.We also have a humid southerly Gulf flow which is making it feel real sticky out there. We'll stick with this trend as we head into next week.
Isolated Hill Country Storms:
A dry line is sitting out to our west -- keeping all the warm/sticky air hovering right over us. We're keeping our eye on the Hill Country throughout the next couple of afternoons for the possible stray pop up thunderstorm. All that moist air could become unstable right before sunset which would bring a brief downpour to areas west of HWY 281.
Severe Weather Possible This Week:
These warm sticky days are going to be teaming up with an upper level system digging its way across northern Texas late Tuesday and early Wednesday. We will see scattered thunderstorms brewing late in the day on Tuesday as they make their way from the Hill Country, east of the I-35 corridor during the overnight hours. Hail and damaging winds are definitely possible, and given the time of year, we can't rule out a stray tornado.
Download Our KEYE Weather App:
Our KEYE Weather App is free and allows you to track storms and get the latest local weather on your cell or tablet. You'll have instant access to interactive radar which you can zoom down to street-level, right where you live. When storms threaten, you'll have watches and warnings that display on the screen, you can toggle storm tracks which show you if there could be hail or tornadoes in a particular storm. You can see how fast the storms are moving and what towns are in their paths. Plus you can get current and forecast temperatures to help you plan your day, or check the weather when you're on the go. Here are links so you can download the app:
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