Good morning everyone. Today, I'm tracking morning temperatures to be in the lower-70s with highs this afternoon in the mid-90s. We're still tracking a few strong thunderstorms around our northern areas.
So, be careful getting out on the roads today. During this afternoon, these should mostly stay south of I-20 with more warm to hot temperatures area-wide. If you have any outdoor plans, be sure to stay hydrated and wear plenty of sunscreens.
Then between 1 to 8 PM, I am tracking the highest severe weather chances of the day in our SE areas. Anywhere from Big Lake to Iraan, down through Sanderson, could see scattered storms develop, with a few embedded severe storms.
During this time, any severe storm that forms could still produce large hail and damaging winds. Be sure to stay weather aware and updated if you plan on being in these areas later today.
Tomorrow, I'm tracking morning temperatures to be in the lower-70s and warm back to around the mid to upper-90s by that afternoon. From then throughout least Friday, I'll continue tracking muggy/humid mornings and hot sunny afternoons.
If you plan on being outdoors for extended periods of time the rest of this week, be sure to stay hydrated and take frequent breaks in the shade. Make sure you don't forget about your pets either. If it's too hot for you, it's definitely too hot for them.