What We’re Tracking

  • Several hot afternoons ahead
  • Dry through early next week
  • Midweek storm system

Mostly clear and warmer tonight with temperatures only falling into the middle to upper 60s across the area tonight. South wind at 5-15mph throughout the night will continued to bring the warmer air in place.

With continued southerly breezes, very warm weather is expected through the weekend. Highs for the start of the weekend look to climb into the lower to middle 90s, possibly warmer for western areas. That heat should linger into the first couple days of October, as well. Fortunately, this will not be coupled with high humidity as the air will stay moderately dry.

We look to say goodbye to rain chances for the next several days, too, with that high pressure dominating the forecast. That will keep rain chances to a minimum through the weekend and even into the first half of next week, too. We’ve got our eyes on a system that brings some hope for showers by the middle of next week, though. In addition to rain chances by midweek, we should start to cool off by then, as well.

KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller