High pressure edging into North Texas will help drive up afternoon highs in the Brazos Valley. We'll flirt with 100° over the next few days.
Just as those temperatures start nudging close to the triple mark, a weak cold front will settle up near our backyard. Parts of the country could find temperatures 10° to 20° BELOW average for July, by the beginning of next week, thanks to that front.
For us -- our cooler temperatures will come from increased cloud cover and a better chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Chief Meteorologist Shel Winkley has all the latest details in your Friday Video blog, above.
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