BRYAN, Texas — This weekend is looking better for outdoor activities with lower rain chances. Just watch out for the heat as temperatures rise in the 90s and heat index readings top 100.
Early next week another weather pattern change occurs with the jet stream dipping southward and sending another weak frontal boundary in our direction.
The front along with an upper level low should give us a good chance of showers and thunderstorms Tuesday through Thursday. The increase in cloud cover and rain could once again hold high temperatures in the 80s.
By the end of next week, high pressure is forecast to build more strongly over us, and for better or worse, we will finally get some normal July weather: Highs in the mid-90s and heat indices up to 105!