As we start the morning, we notice a few clouds that are still lingering in North Texas. They should clear by the afternoon and evening hours today, and we should remain dry with highs in the low 90s, with the temperature increase throughout the week.
Tomorrow and Friday - As the upper-level ridge starts to build, we should continue to see temperatures increase to the mid to upper 90s by Thursday and Friday afternoon with plenty of sunshine. Showers on any of these days should be non-existent.
The Weekend - Not much change. Hot and dry weather will continue for Saturday and Sunday. Highs should still be in the mid 90s for both days, with showers being very hard to find.
Next Week - As the upper ridge holds in the south, hot and dry weather will still prevail with highs in the mid 90s and lows in the 70s. A shower or two may pop-up early in the week, but nothing suggest a widespread rain. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
Hurricane Jose - Jose is well to the north of Puerto Rico, and to the northeast of the Bahamas with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph. This storm is expected to make a loop before continuing to the northeast as a tropical storm.
The global models continue to suggest that this will move northeast and not affect the East Coast, but it is too early to know its final destination.