Published: Sun, August 13, 2017
World | By Paul Elliott

Saturday: hit-or-miss storms may still bring locally-heavy rain

Saturday: hit-or-miss storms may still bring locally-heavy rain

Hopefully, we will have a clear sky to enjoy the solar eclipse, which will peak at 90% of totality in Montgomery (give or take a couple % if you live to the north or south in the viewing area).

Wed: High: 92 Low: 73 AM showers, then partly cloudy, a few overnight storms.

Friday's temperatures across the west will be in the upper 70s to low 80s, with the Grand Junction area seeing upper 80s.

Lesser rain and storm chances will be around Sunday night and into Monday with only isolated T-storms possible by Monday.

While most of today will be quiet across North Texas, storms are likely to develop across the western and northwestern portions of North Texas late this afternoon and into the evening. Heavy rainfall and localized flash flooding would be the main threats.

Track showers and storms with WHNT.com's Interactive Radar or swipe over to the radar feature on Live Alert 19!

A weak front drops south of the Valley on Sunday pushing most of the scattered storms southward into Central and South Alabama. The heat begins to build on Monday with isolated storms expected during the overnight hours Monday into Tuesday morning.

We finally start to dry out and heat up by the end of next week. High temperatures each afternoon will generally be in the upper 80s to lower 90s, just depending on where and when it rains each day.

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