Still Chilly? - We are still in the chill zone this morning with many locations waking up to 40s for their mornings. However, it shouldn't stay cold all day, the sun should return in full force today, along with high temperatures in the mid 70s. Don't expect any rain until maybe this weekend.
Tomorrow and Friday - As an upper ridge builds back across the south again, drier air will start to feed into our state, which should also make us trend hotter with highs in the low 90s by Friday. The lows should also return to what we are used to as well.
The Weekend - Humidity levels will begin to rise on Saturday, which should push us into the low 90s for that day. Then a cold front comes through on Sunday, which should give us increasing chances of isolated showers and storms along and behind the front.
Marching Bands at Wylie - Looks like the weather will be dry at the Wylie High School Stadium on Saturday with very warm days. The high should be in the low 90s. The humidity values will be at its peak on Saturday, so it may feel more like a summer day for some.
Football Weather - A clear sky will be in place for Friday night football games. Temperatures will fall from 87 degrees at kickoff to near the low 80s by the final whistle.
Summit High School travels to Lancaster to take on Lancaster High School Friday evening (kickoff @ 7:30p). The game will be played under a clear sky with temperatures being close to 85 degrees at kickoff, falling to the upper 70s by the final whistle.
Next Week - Along that front, we should feel another cool airmass behind. Not as cold as yesterday, but cool enough to get temperatures down into the mid 70s with no precipitation for the rest of the week.
Tropics - Tropical Storm Ophelia is expected to become a hurricane within the next 24 hours, but should be no issue to land. The rest of the Atlantic Basin, is quiet. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.