The Permian Basin is enjoying a rainy Sunday morning. Nothing strong, nothing severe, and nothing to cause much of a concern. Overall accumulations this morning should be light as the activity moves east.
Scattered rain and thunderstorms should develop across portions of Northwest Texas, North Texas, the Big Country, and Northeast Texas later this morning into the afternoon hours. Some locally heavy pockets of rain are expected within the thunderstorms. Isolated to scattered showers and storms will remain possible this evening across East Texas while areas further west dry out. Severe weather is not anticipated.
High temperatures will be quite warm across Central, East, South, and Southeast Texas today with high temperatures in the low to upper 90s. The Concho Valley, Hill Country, North, and Northeast Texas will be a tad cooler with upper 80s to lower 90s. West Texas, Northwest Texas, and the Permian Basin will be in the low to upper 80s thanks to the chance of rain and clouds.
For tonight temperatures will be relatively decent for mid-September. We’ll see upper 50s to lower 60s in the Texas Panhandle, West Texas, and Far West Texas. Low to mid 60s will be felt across Northeast Texas. Upper 60s to low 70s will be the warmest temperatures tonight across North Texas, Central Texas, Southeast Texas, and the Rio Grande Valley.