Settling into that good ol' summertime feel, across the Brazos Valley. Hot, humid, and breezy weather looks to take us through the final days of spring. A few spot showers will be possible at times, as well.
June Coming in "Average"
Other than a few rainy days over the past week -- temperatures have been topping off around the seasonal average this month.
Average this time of the year means afternoon highs running in the low 90s. Thanks to timely rainfall and a lack of high pressure dominating the weather pattern, that is exactly where our afternoon temperatures have been rounding out at.
Forecast for the upcoming week...you guessed it -- seasonable. We'll wake up under mostly cloudy skies along with temperatures in the mid 70s. Afternoon sunshine will break out, helping to nudge the thermometer to the mid / upper 90s.
Summer Pattern Means A Stray Shower or Two
Plenty of moisture, an upper low over the Pacific Northwest, high pressure anchored over the Southeastern United States, and afternoon highs reaching the 90s.
All the necessary ingredients to keep (at least) a 20% chance of a few passing showers in the 7 Day Forecast.
While it won't be a wash out -- a few of us will find a quick batch of rain from time to time over the next few days.
Anything that manages to pop up -- while it could bring a heavy downpour, thunder, and lightning -- most likely won't last long and will only bring a few hundredths of an inch of rain at a time.
PinPoint "Future Radar" For Tuesday Afternoon, June 17th:
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