Rain Chances Decreasing Soon By the Weekend
The Crossroads saw heavy rain this morning into the early afternoon hours. Most of the heavy rain is now off to our east near Houston. In the last two days, we have general rainfall totals between 6-10 inches with locally heavier amounts over a foot. Models suggest we may see another surge of showers and storms tonight into tomorrow morning. Thursday afternoon we will see a lesser chance of storms as the upper low moves southwest into Mexico. Rain coverage is 50-50.
Friday into the weekend we will drier conditions and temperatures warmer into the middle 90s as upper level ridging builds in. Another disturbance works its way into the area by Monday-Tuesday to supply more scattered showers and storms. It will weaken by midweek next week. Thursday is the first day of summer and tomorrow will be the longest day of light before we return to shorter days into December. In addition, we will be monitoring the river levels to see if we see any rise with this week’s rainfall.