TYLER, Texas — It was a cool Wednesday morning around East Texas, but things really warmed up by the afternoon. Clouds have moved back in for tonight, but thankfully we are staying dry for now.
How long will this dry weather last?
Let's take a closer look!
Wednesday Night & Thursday:
Skies have become mostly cloudy as we head into Wednesday night and early Thursday morning. Temps will be cool, but warmer than last night for sure. Expect mid-50s around the region by sunrise Thursday!
Temps will be slightly warmer than Wednesday heading into Thursday, but skies will turn partly cloudy to mostly cloudy as a 30% chance for showers and storms creeps back in Thursday afternoon and evening. Expect highs to reach the mid 70s around the region.
Friday & The Weekend:
Rain and storm chances will be back on the rise for Friday and into the weekend. Expect mostly cloudy skies each day with a 70% chance for showers and storms on Friday and on Saturday, along with a 40% chance on Sunday, mostly during the PM hours.
Temps will be near the mid 70s for Friday, drop to the upper 60s to near 70 for Saturday, and then rise back up to the mid 70s for Sunday.
Right now the timing for this rain looks highest Friday night into early Saturday, with more rain returning by late Sunday into Monday. There is some uncertainty around this timeline, so keep an eye on the forecast for changes in the days ahead!
Next Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday:
A 60% chance for showers and storms remain in the forecast for Monday with high temps near 80°. This forecast will pretty much be the same on Tuesday, with rain chances holding around 50%. Temps will stay in the low 80s with a 30% chance for showers and storms on Wednesday as well.
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