After heavy rains brought unseasonably cool weather all across the state, Central Texans should gear up this week for warmer temperatures.

“It looks like we’re getting back into the normal summertime pattern now,” said Jessie Moore, with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.

Monday will see a low temperature of about 70 degrees, rising to 93 before the day’s end, and southeast winds about 5 to 10 mph. Temperatures will peak Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 97, and hover between 94 and 96 for the rest of the week, usually staying between 73 and 75 degrees in the evening.

A slight chance of rain — 10 percent — is in store for Wednesday, but the week looks otherwise dry, Moore said — nothing like the heavy rains of late.

“Temperatures should keep us warm through next weekend,” he said.

Conta​ct Erinn Callahan at ecallahan@kdhnews.com or 254-501-7464.

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