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WEATHER AWARE | Flood Watch canceled for much of Central Texas

A flood watch has been canceled for most Central Texas counties

CENTRAL, Texas — HOURLY FORECAST: See what the weather will be like by the hour

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Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Frazier
Hurricane season starts today, but there is already some activity in the Gulf.

TODAY: A ridge, or a line of high pressure, is sitting in the upper atmosphere and keeping most of the region rain free over the next few days. Although, the radar will be active across the western side of the state as the dryline out there slowly begins to break down our ridge. In the meantime, temperatures and humidity will be close to normal as we officially begin meteorological summer with highs in the upper 80s and lower 90s. 

HIGH: 89°

WIND: SSE 5-10 mph.

Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Frazier
Some patchy fog in the morning, but clearing up after 9am.

TONIGHT: Partly cloudy skies are back in the forecast for tonight as southeasterly winds continue to leave us with humid overnight conditions, but right where we should be to start off the month of June. Expect morning lows to hang around the upper 60s and lower 70s across Waco, Temple and Killeen with some instances of patchy fog given the high moisture content in the atmosphere. 

LOW: 68°

WIND: SE 10 mph. 

Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Frazier
Staying warm again tonight with some humid conditions.

IN COMING DAYS: Cloud cover looks to stay away for the most part as afternoon highs creep into the 90s to start off the weekend. Sunday, our weather pattern starts to change a bit as rain and thunderstorm chances increase. The dryline that was slowly chipping away at our ridge will finally win, leaving our atmosphere prone to some instability. A cool front towards the eastern United States will move south and reach into North Texas bringing rain for much of the Gulf region and central Texas. Mid-level ridging will attempt to build back into the Southern Plains by the early parts of next and should begin to hold back our rain chances during that time. 

Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Frazier
Most activity will stay to the west of Central Texas.

Friday: Partly cloudy with highs near 89°. Winds S at 5-10 mph.

Saturday: Mostly sunny with highs near 91°. Winds S at 5-10 mph.

Sunday: 40% chance for showers and mostly cloudy with highs near 87°. Winds N at 5-10 mph.

Monday: 30% chance for showers and mostly cloudy with highs near 85°. Winds ENE at 3-8 mph.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy with highs near 86°. Winds ENE at 3-8 mph.

Wednesday: Partly cloudy with highs near 87°. Winds E at 3-8 mph.

Credit: Meteorologist Jordan Frazier
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