PM Update: As good as the end of June gets
Cool through Friday; Holiday weekend warm-up
Talk about a spectacular day. Temperatures have struggled to get past the mid-and-upper 70s thus far and highs below 80 seem likely in many spots. If you have not had a chance to enjoy much of this glorious weather outdoors, there are still two prime days of this stuff ahead. After days and days of well above average readings, this is quite a change for the better!
Through Tonight: Spring-like conditions continue as temperatures fall back through the 70s this evening under clearing skies. Lows ultimately dip all the way to the low-and-mid 50s in the suburbs to around 60 downtown.
Tomorrow (Thursday): Want more of today's weather? You got it. Mostly sunny skies and light winds from the north team up with cool temperatures to create another brilliant one. Afternoon temperatures rise to the upper 70s or around 80.
Tropics: Hurricane Alex is expected to come ashore on the northern Mexico coastline tonight. The storm continues to slowly strengthen and now has winds sustained at 85 mph. The forecast calls for it to impact the shore as a category 2 system. Wihle a good distance to the north of the center, Brownsville, Tx. (see current radar) has already seen over 4 inches of rain as well as gusty winds. More of each is to come.
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