Hot weather will be with us for the rest of the week ahead. Highs will be in the upper 90s with plenty of sunshine each day.
NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist Rick Mitchell asks where the greatest amount of sinking air is in a hurricane.
The next chance to see a pattern change won't be until the weekend. That will also likely be our next chance to see a few showers and storms.
NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist Rick Mitchell asks which month outside of hurricane season is the most active for tropical development.
We will be hot and humid going into the holiday weekend with a mix of sun and clouds and seasonably hot temperatures. Highs are expected to be in the lower to mid 90s.
We will have the opportunity to see a few showers and storms pop up during the heat of the day today through Saturday. The majority of North Texas will remain dry, but a few lucky folks will see some rain.
NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist Rick Mitchell asks whether hurricanes and tornadoes spin clockwise or counter-clockwise in the Northern Hemisphere.
High temperatures are still running below normal. Highs will be in the upper 80s. Slight rain chances linger in the forecast through Friday.
NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist Rick Mitchell asks for an element that is apart of the "smell of rain."
Another round of scattered showers and storms is expected to develop late tonight and continue for part of the day Wednesday. Clouds will help to keep temperatures down in the middle 80s to lower 90s.
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