Spotty showers moved through Saturday afternoon but some folks could still see rain before the weekend's over.
A broad ridge of high pressure is centered over the Mississippi Valley. This is helping to pull gulf moisture into the Big Country and will keep the rain chances going into the start of next week.
Saturday night, look for clear skies with temps cooling into the low 70s.
Sunday, highs will warm into the mid to upper 90s with a 20% chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Any rain we see will fizzle out after sunset, leaving behind mostly clear skies.
Monday starts out in the low 70s with mostly clear skies. A disturbance from the Gulf of Mexico will bring more moisture into the region which will bring partly to mostly cloudy skies.
We'll also keep our 20% chance for rain in the forecast for the afternoon with highs in the mid 90s.
Tuesday morning lows will be around 72 before warming to the mid 90s by the afternoon. We'll see a 10% chance for afternoon showers with mostly clear skies.
Wednesday, we'll start to dry out as the ridge of high pressure repositions itself over the Central Plains. This will have highs in the upper 90s with sunny skies into the weekend ahead.
The warmest days will be Thursday and Friday with highs around 100 degrees.