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Seasonably Hot With Scattered Thunderstorms.

NWS NDFD Forecast High Temperatures.



4th Of July.

GFS Storm Total Rainfall Forecast.

Valid Today Through Midnight Saturday Night.

Hot With Scattered Thunderstorms.

     Seasonably hot with scattered afternoon and night thunderstorms are forecast today into the 4th of July Holiday weekend. These thunderstorms will be of the hit and miss variety and some of them may last well into the nighttime hours. Mother nature very well may put on her on fireworks show Saturday night. Deadly cloud to ground lightning will accompany any thunderstorm that develops today into Sunday.

So when thunder roars...go indoors!

Our chances for measurable rainfall today into Sunday will be in the 20% to 30% range. Locally heavy rains may even fall from a few of these storms at times. As is typical for July the best chances for rain will occur over and near the mountains as well as across parts of the Southeastern Plains.

     It will continue to be seasonably hot with daytime highs today into Sunday ranging from near 100ยบ to the low 100's.

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