Hope everyone has been enjoying the last few days of dryness! As you all know, Saharan Dust has made its way to North Texas and briefly impacted our air quality. The haze in the sky is attributed to the dust and will disappear within the next 24 hours. It has made for some really pretty sunsets as a plus, however. What is there to look forward to after the dust?
We will have some low storm chances as a result of increased northwest flow aloft potentially allowing for some complexes to develop on Sunday/Monday. These storms will be scattered if they develop and with even a potential severe risk if the cap breaks quickly enough on Sunday with the weak disturbance. The potential is low but nonzero. In addition, currently a chance exists for Thursday as well but there is less confidence for later in the week while we wait for the conditions to become more favorite and understood for the ability to produce these complexes.
Expect this week to be a typical June week. There will be plenty of temperatures in the 90s but we aren’t expected to reach triple digits in the next week. It will likely be quite humid, however, so be mindful of heat indices that are stronger than normal. This pattern is capable of producing rain as well as producing sunny, humid weather. Not too much to really talk about, but there will likely be chances for people to enjoy the outdoors and hit the local pools.
Stay dry, stay cool, and stay weather aware!