Today and tomorrow are quite delightful. Heat and humidity really begin climbing on Memorial Day, then likely persist a while.
You can't ask for much more when it comes to baseball weather.
Saturday will be on the cool side compared to the rest of the weekend. Monday could hit 90 degrees around the city.
The Last Frontier is in the midst of an extended streak of record-challenging warmth that will continue through next week.
A neighborhood administrator in Izmir has been requesting the funds for storm gutters, to no avail.
As of Thursday, no part of Texas is in an extreme drought anymore. The National Weather Service says the drought is "all but over."
Both computer model and human forecasters suggest it's a very real possibility, at least a 50-50 one.
We've got a warming trend through the weekend. Humidity slowly creeps up but rain chances remain very low.
Consider a jacket because breezes don't want to die too quickly, and it'll be cool after the sun sets.
Friday will be a great start to the long holiday weekend.