• Clouds and sun 87°
    Stargazing Current Weather
    • Visibility
      10 mi
    • Cloud
      Cover
      60%
    • Ceiling
      7700 ft
  • Tonight

    Sep 21

    Lo 67°

    Patchy clouds and humid

    Stargazing Weather
    • Cloud
      Cover
      46%
    • Precip
      25%
    • Hours of Precip
      0.5
    Day Details >
  • Tomorrow

    Sep 22

    Hi 85°

    Variable clouds, a t-storm

    Fair for stargazing
    • Cloud
      Cover
      67%
    • Precip
      7%
    • Hours of Precip
      1
    Day Details >
  • Tuesday

    Sep 23

    Hi 85°

    A thunderstorm in spots

    Excellent for stargazing
    • Cloud
      Cover
      14%
    • Precip
      7%
    • Hours of Precip
      0.5
    Day Details >
Next

A thunderstorm tomorrow

9/21 9/22 Now: 6:00pm
PM 6-10
  • 6pm Mostly cloudy 89° 47%
  • 7pm Cloudy 86° 29%
  • 8pm Intermittent clouds 82° 1%
  • 9pm Partly cloudy 78° 1%
  • 10pm Partly cloudy 76° 1%
AM 5-10
  • 5am Partly cloudy 69° 7%
  • 6am Partly cloudy 68° 7%
  • 7am Partly cloudy 67° 11%
  • 8am Intermittent clouds 68° 19%
  • 9am Intermittent clouds 70° 19%
  • 10am Intermittent clouds 72° 24%
AM 11-4
  • 11am Intermittent clouds 75° 47%
  • 12pm Mostly cloudy w/ t-storms 76° 51%
  • 1pm Intermittent clouds 79° 47%
  • 2pm Intermittent clouds 82° 47%
  • 3pm Mostly cloudy w/ t-storms 81° 51%
  • 4pm Intermittent clouds 82° 47%
Hourly Forecast >
Sep 21, 2014; 12:28 PM ET
Short-Range Weather forecast overview for the South Central United States
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