A scattering of storms with a full serving of heat and humidity!
Still not the "normal" August! We'll see extra clouds today, but enough sunny breaks to put temps into the mid and upper 90s with the Heat Index close to 104. A complex of storms is dying this morning to the west, but enough energy may persist to produce an isolated shower or storm for areas west and north of the MPLEX this afternoon (20%).
Tonight (late) into tomorrow we'll see another disturbance approach from West Texas...enough to keep a low 20% chance in the forecast from DFW west. Otherwise, we'll again heat into the mid and upper 90s.
Thursday may be a bit different as a front in Oklahoma triggers storms Wednesday night that get into our northern counties in the morning. It remains to be seen how far south they can get...but it's enough to boost rain chances that day and keep temps a bit lower.
Friday and Saturday are also on the "fringe" of Oklahoma storms so we'll keep at least a chance for a storm alive as temps are in the upper 90s and the HEAT INDEX likely 105 or above (Heat Advisory).
Past Sunday we should see high pressure build in with temps close to 100 in time for the Solar Eclipse Monday!