Late this afternoon and into this evening, storms will likely develop across western and northwestern North Texas. Large hail and damaging wind gusts will be the primary threats. Storms will gradually diminish once we reach sunset Sunday evening. Although generally, temperatures remain warm with a hot afternoon and limited rain chances for the rest of the day.
Another round of storms will move across the state Sunday night through Monday morning bringing potential for heavy rain!
A lot of us started today on a rain free note for the first time in a while. More chances of rain and storms (mainly during the overnight hours) Wednesday and Thursday.More news: Wall Street falls on North Korea concerns
Scattered and isolated showers and thunderstorms will form over the foothills Friday and spread to the northern plains by early afternoon.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible Saturday afternoon in the Wichita area, forecasters say, though much better chances of rain will be west of I-135. Hopefully, we will have a clear sky to enjoy the solar eclipse, which will peak at 90% of totality in Montgomery (give or take a couple % if you live to the north or south in the viewing area). Temperatures will remain in the low to mid-80s for most of the area, and the drying trend is expected to continue into the following week.