Central Texans can expect a “boring” weather week, according to Jason Dunn, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.
Chances of rain will hover around 20 percent beginning Wednesday afternoon through Friday, Dunn said. Aside from that, the area will see little precipitation.
“It’ll be hit and miss,” Dunn said.
This week’s temperatures will stay in the mid-90s during the day, climbing to 94 degrees on Monday and 95 degrees on Friday.
Heat indexes as high as 100 degrees, coupled with approximately 40 percent humidity will make for warm days, though not unseasonably so. Dunn said dry, warm conditions are not uncommon in Central Texas at this point in the summer.
“It’s going to feel warm, but nothing too out of the ordinary,” Dunn said. “It’s typical summer weather — kind of boring.”
Friday will bring mostly sunny skies with a high of 95 degrees — ideal boating and swimming conditions.
Nighttime temperatures will dip down to 71 degrees, with winds gusting as high as 35 mph Monday night.
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