Some mid and high clouds may clutter the skies on Friday, but there will be plenty of sunshine with high temperatures reaching the 90s region-wide. Drought-stricken areas of the Big Country and Central Texas may approach 100 degrees.
There is a chance of showers and storms Friday night into Saturday morning, mainly west of the I-35 corridor. Severe weather is not anticipated. Clouds may linger Saturday morning, but the sun will eventually push temperatures into the 90s during the afternoon hours.
A mostly sunny day will follow on Sunday, with seasonal temperatures. We will keep an eye on the Gulf of Mexico next week as a possible tropical system could send moisture up into Central Texas. Still far away, but needs to be watched.