The upper-level ridge that has left the Brazos Valley largely dry and hot over the past several days has shifted slightly north and is now over northern Texas. The impacts of the ridge will still be felt but to a lesser extent. There is the opportunity for isolated afternoon storms on Sunday due to the ridge shifting north a touch. Storms will be isolated in nature but may produce gusty winds, heavy rain and cloud-to-ground lightning. When thunder roars, go indoors!
The ridge bounces back south early this upcoming week, which will keep the hot temperatures around and should dry things out. The ridge will begin to shift west late-Tuesday into the middle of next week, which may create isolated storm opportunities towards the end of the week.