At 1053pm CDT, the temperature in Amarillo, TX is 79 degrees under fair skies. A few thunderstorms rumbled near the area earlier today as a stationary front sits north of the region. Monsoonal moisture will continue pushing over the Four Corners region While the tail end of the stationary boundary continues to sit over the Red River Valley. However, the front looks to break up as southerly flow increases over the High Plains late Monday into Tuesday and the strong high pressure to the north weaken and shift eastward. This will push additional thunderstorm activity into portions of the High Plains to the Central and even Northern Plains on Tuesday. Thunderstorms will probably be more concentrated in the Panhandle regions of OK/TX on Monday than Tuesday, but both will see chances of wet weather and even a shot of a strong to severe storm traverse the countryside. Tuesday will see a slight uptick in temperatures and humidity as well.
Monday: Scattered thunderstorms during afternoon and evening, a couple strong storms possible. High 90, Low 66.
Tuesday: Isolated thunderstorms. High 92, Low 67.
TWC: Monday: Scattered thunderstorms. High 88, Low 66.
Tuesday: Isolated thunderstorms possible. High 89, Low 65.
AW: Monday: Some sun with thunderstorms expected. High 91, Low 67.
Tuesday: Scattered thunderstorms over region. High 91, Low 66.
NWS: Monday: Some scattered thunderstorms. High 89. Low 67.
Tuesday: Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. High 92, Low 66.
WB: Monday: 30% chance of shower/thunderstorm activity. High 89, Low 67.
Tuesday: Early AM showers. High 92, Low 66. (Hmmm numbers look familiar)