Here is your Seven day forecast
A few isolated showers and storms have developed today, but the cap has held things to a minimum. The cap is now weak, and instability is increasing. Some isolated supercells will develop between 7-10PM, especially west of DFW. This may be a first round of severe storms that affects DFW near 10PM-11PM, but some models have these supercells missing the DFW area and move north of the area into Oklahoma. We will watch this closely and will keep you updated through the evening. Either way, we will be watching an area down to the southwest of the DFW, that will move northeast and produce a large hail and damaging wind threat. Heavy rain and frequent lightning will also occompany the storms. An isolated tornado is possible WEST of DFW. Very small to no tornado threat in DFW but I cannot rule one or two out. This area of storms will enter DFW near midnight-2AM, and heavy rain and lightning will still be going on during the morning commute. This area of rain will move east of DFW during the mid morning hours. We may have some dry time from 10AM-1PM, then widespread storms develop near midday. No severe storms with this round but strong storms are possible. Then by late evening, a strong cold front will move into the region, which will cause a line of storms to develop along the Red River and will push south into DFW. A small damaging wind threat may exist during the evening hours. Temps will quickly fall from the upper 60s near 7PM, to the mid 40s by 9PM. Temps Wednesday morning will be in the upper 30s across DFW. Widespread rain will develop with perhaps some freezing rain or sleet well west/northwest of the DFW area. No winter weather is expected in DFW. Highs will be in the lower to mid 40s across DFW, with 30s northwest of DFW. Temperatures will fall to near 37° Thursday morning with mainly dry conditions, but then widespread rain and storms will develop by midday. No severe weather is anticipated. We will reach 50° Thursday afternoon. The rain will continue Thursday night into Friday, with temperatures reaching the 60s by Friday. Then all attention turns to Saturday as a cold front will work through the area. Some strong to severe storms may develop, with the main severe risk EAST of the DFW area. Cooler and drier air will filter in Sunday with highs in the 60s, possibly some 60s and 70s next Monday. The next front may bring chillier weather and rain chances by the middle of next week.
There are still no signs of wintery weather in the foreseeable future in DFW. But, March may bring some colder and wet weather, so maybe some winter weather chances, as well as some severe potentials, as we all know tornado season kicks off in March.
I'll keep you updated this evening. Have a great night! ;)