The upper level low moving at a snail’s pace over north Texas will continue to generate chances for scattered showers and storms today and into Monday.  Rain chances have shifted more towards the central and eastern regions of the state, and by Monday, we’ll see those chances shift more to the eastern and southeastern portions of the state as the upper level low takes a nose dive towards the upper coast.  Same as we’ve had over the last several days, showers and storms that develop today during peak daytime heating will be scattered, but will have the potential to dump quite a bit of rain within a short period of time.  This could lead to isolated flash flooding, especially for areas which are already soaked with rain from previous days.  Below, we have a look at how the radar may shape up today.

Simulated Radar Through 1am Tonight

Highs today will once again be at or below seasonal average for the first week of June thanks to residual cloud cover and numerous pop-up showers expected this afternoon.  Looking ahead, we’ll likely see the return of more summer-like temps by the end of this week and into next weekend, so enjoy the cooler temps while you can!  We will also be drying out after Tuesday with most of the chances for additional rainfall shifting back west again across the panhandle region where northwest upper level flow will set up.  This is typically favorable for carrying storms off the higher terrane of Colorado and New Mexico down into the panhandle during the late evening and overnight hours.  More on that as we get into the week ahead!