TEXAS, USA — The persistent, Summer-like stagnant weather pattern we've been dealing with since the start of the week will slowly erode this weekend.
If you're a fan of cooler Fall mornings and warm, sunny afternoons then stay tuned for the changes ahead.
A weak front moving in from the North will slowly usher in cooler, drier air. Although this will make it much more comfortable.. it could mean a reemergence of burn bans. The soil is drying out quickly after the last August and early September soaking so grass fires may be problematic in the days to come, especially in the areas where a stout breeze develops.
A slightly sticky night ahead with temperatures struggling to dip below the lower 70s overnight. The sky will be clear and winds remain light so some patchy fog could be possible early Sunday morning around sunrise.
Sunday afternoon will be another hot one! Skies will be mostly sunny ahead of the approaching cold front and high temperatures will reach the mid-90s. By Sunday evening, the front we've been waiting on arrives. While a couple of showers and storms are possible, most of us will stay dry and start to cool off as we head into the start of next week.
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