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Friday will have gorgeous weather with lots of sunshine and no chance of rain. There will also be lower humidity. That humidity will increase again over the weekend due to some showers returning Saturday
Get ready for some more hot and humid weather on your Tuesday! Temperatures will get up to the 90s with lots of humidity. There will also be a few showers in the afternoon that may help cool things back down
Over the next several days, rain will still be possible, but the overall trend for rain is going down. You’ll still need your umbrella at times. With more rain, this will continue to keep temperatures down
Friday and this weekend will have a few limited showers. It will not rain everywhere, so no need to cancel any plans. As we start the new week however, there will be a better shot for more showers and storms
Rain will be unlikely for the most part across the ArkLaTex for a few days. With that said, there will still be rain around, but it will not get wet everywhere. Even over the weekend, rain will be possible
Showers and storms will be limited for a few days. It will not be completely dry, nor will it be wet everywhere. Any rain we see will be isolated. This weekend will have more times of dry weather before more rain next week