Current Temps and Radar
**There is an Air Quality Alert in place for both Williamson and Davidson Counties through midnight tonight.** This air quality alert is concerning unhealthy ozone levels. Here’s the statement from the NWS:
This Evening – 80º by 7 PM
Another awesome evening ahead today. Warm, but staying dry. A few clouds, but nice overall.
Note: keep in mind that that air quality alert will remain in effect until midnight. Things will clear up for tomorrow, but maybe limit the little ones’ time outside today.
Friday – Warm & a Likely Dry End to the Week – Wake Up: 61º, High: 88º
We’ll continue with the warm, dry scenario, but moisture will really bump up tomorrow. Dew point temps will enter the appropriately named “sticky 60ºs.”
Sunshine will be abundant, though I think tomorrow Williamson and Davidson counties may get a better shot at those isolated showers/storms as high pressure weakens and moves east:
However, chances still aren’t high at all.
Saturday – Scattered Showers and Stroms More Likely – Wake Up: 64º, High: 87º
As that high pressure system really loses it’s grip and deflates on us by Saturday, that will allow for us to see an increase in moisture and an bump up in rain and thunderstorm chances.
Don’t look at me like that…
A strong storm system from the west will get it’s act together on Saturday and stir up some severe weather in the Plains. For us, we’ll just be on the lookout for a few thunderstorms and showers during the afternoon and evening:
Sneak Peek: By Monday, the system will be closer, and our severe weather threat will increase:
Extended: More of a Spring-like Pattern this Weekend and Next Week
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