From 2011-2018, we averaged 4. The combination of full sunshine and warm to hot temps plus light to moderate winds will create ideal conditions for ozone to build up, resulting in the issuance. Last year, we had 8. Expect pop-up mid day showers and storms during your weekend plans. Near record morning temperatures in the mid 60s Friday morning climb into the upper 80s and low 90s yet again today.
Zoom in to your street or out to your region and view past and futurecast radar. Highs Sunday should be close to Saturday's with some spots maybe being a degree or two warmer. The most were issued in 2011, with a total of 9 that year. Friday will be our 4th Ozone Action Day of the year. Click on the Layers menu in the bottom right of the radar to select radar options like Current Conditions, Storm Tracks and Feels Like Temps. Today will be warm with temperatures in the low 90s, but humidity will be tolerable.
From Sean Bellafiore: The unseasonably cool weather we've been treated to the past few days will hang around for just one more day before some heat and humidity returns back to Central Texas, but fortunately the weekend won't be quite as hot or as humid as next week. A few sea-breeze showers may move through late in the afternoon Sunday, mainly near and east of I-35, but rain chances are only near 20%. Track rain, storms and weather wherever you are with our Interactive Radar. . Sign up to receive email alerts when severe weather happens in your area.
This evening will be pleasant, with great outdoor summer weather! We may make yet another run at the record low temperatures Saturday morning. Rain chances stay near 20% Monday and Tuesday, but temperatures will be warmer as high pressure takes hold. We'll flirt with 100° through the remainder of next week with heat index values climbing as high as about 106°. Beautiful start to this Friday, still feeling cooler than usual. The 90s were largely absent from Central Texas Thursday, but we'll likely see a few 90s pop-up today. Saturday's record of 66°, set back in 1911, may fall if humidity from the Gulf is slower to return than forecast.
Humidity won't be too high, but you'll likely notice some mugginess in the air. Morning temperatures return back to normal Sunday morning and stay near and above normal all the way through next week. By this weekend and into next week, the rain chances pick up and it will begin to feel humid again. Also get information on current severe weather watches and warnings in your area. .
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