Cool, summer nights mean more record lows are in jeopardy of going down

Weather Where You Live

DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - The drier air and low humidity will stick around for the rest of the week. That means morning lows will be nice and crisp as we bottom out in the lower-to-middle 60′s.

Daytime highs will still be warm as we top out in the upper 80′s to near 90 the next couple of days. However, the dry air means there will be no heat index or feels like temperature to account for, making for some pleasant conditions.

This rare, July treat will last through Friday before reality hits us in the face this weekend.

Once our winds shift back to the south and our humidity and moisture levels return on Saturday, so will the chances for rain as scattered showers and storms will be back in play, especially by Sunday and Monday of next week.

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