Several residents saw a funnel cloud south of Kerrville on Thursday afternoon. No official tornado touchdowns were reported, but the National Weather Service did confirm the funnel cloud was legitimate if you happened to see that.

Today will be much calmer, as the day becomes sunny and very warm with highs in the lower to middle 90s. North winds average 10 to 15 mph.

Humidity values will be a touch lower, making it feel less humid outside.

A nice evening can be expected behind a weak frontal boundary. Low temperatures end up in the middle to upper 60s under fair skies. Patchy fog is possible by daybreak.

The weekend should bring the hottest temperatures of the year so far with highs in the middle to upper 90s Saturday and Sunday. Our first true taste of summer is expected.

Temperatures will depend on altitude with highs between 93 and 98 degrees Saturday.

It will likely be very warm Saturday night with lows in the lower to middle 70s. 

Highs range from 93 to 97 degrees again on Sunday.

The weekend should be dry.

A cold front brings a chance of storms late Sunday night into Monday. Some of the storms could become severe.

It will be cooler than normal early next week.

Find meteorologist Cary Burgess at www.facebook.com/drdopplerhillcountry. Email him at dryline34@yahoo.com.

 

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