We're tracking plenty of sunshine to round out the weekend.
Sunday will start out with partly cloudy skies with temps in the low 70s. Look for highs warming up into the mid 90s by day's end. We'll see plenty of sunshine thanks to a ridge of high pressure.
This ridge will stay in place for much of the week ahead, keeping sunny skies in and rain chances out.
Monday we'll see morning lows in the mid 70s before warming into the mid to upper 90s. The sunshine continues into Tuesday as highs, once again, reach the mid 90s.
By Wednesday, the high pressure intensifies with highs warming into the upper 90s. We'll keep that going into Thursday and Friday as well. Nighttime temps will consistently cool into the low to mid 70s with partly cloudy skies returning through the evening.
By Friday night we're tracking a disturbance that will drop down from the northwest. As it does, we'll see rain chances for those north of I-20. The showers and scattered storm will continue into Saturday as well. Look for partly cloudy skies this time next week with highs in the mid 90s.