BROKEN RECORD: Weather for North Texas will not change much through the weekend. Look for the typical summer time weather; hot and humid days with a mix of sun and clouds featuring daily chances of spotty showers and storms. Most of the storms will spawn during the late afternoon and evening hours, but a late night or morning shower is not out of the question. Due to the small mesoscale features, there is no way of knowing exactly when they form, just keep an eye on the radar in case you have outdoor activity planned. Highs will be in the 90-95° range through Sunday.
FOURTH OF JULY WEEK: Not much change. There will be variations of the number of storms and placement of them each day, but no way of determining them as of now because of small scale features once again. As a result, we will continue to forecast typical summer time weather for the foreseeable future; mix of sun and clouds, fair nights with daily chances of spotty isolated showers and storms. Note that the prime time for spotty storms to develop is from 12:00 PM to 10:00 PM, but do keep in mind that early morning or late night storms are never ruled out. Highs will be in the low 90s throughout the week. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
ISOLATION: If you don't truly believe in the isolated, sometimes sporadic nature of the showers and storms in the summer time in Texas, yesterday in Cedar Creek, a few miles to the southeast of Austin, a spotter measure 1.72". However, a few miles to the east near Wyldwood, a reporter measured absolutely no rainfall.
I will be on vacation next week... my next Texas Weather Discussion Video will be posted here by July 8. Have a great weekend and Fourth of July!