After possibly one of the coldest days in April history, we warm up!
We are currently in the lower 50s, but are expected to warm to the upper 50s and 60s. We are expected to remain mainly cloudy through the rest of the day, but a few peeks of sunshine are possible late this afternoon.
We will only fall to the mid 40s overnight, but our far northern counties may fall to the upper 30s with clearing skies overnight.
We will warm up to the upper 60s tomorrow afternoon with partly cloudy skies in place.
On Tuesday, we will warm up even more to the lower 70s. Abundant sunshine is expected to be in place.
On Wednesday, we do the same thing all over again with highs in the upper 70s. Some moisture will return, likely with afternoon cumulus clouds with fairly humid conditions in place.
On Thursday, we will do the same thing AGAIN, but highs will be in the mid 80s.
By Friday, a dynamic storm system and dryline/cold front combination will cause for very warm temperatures and a chance of showers and thunderstorms in the region. A fairly large severe weather threat will be in place along and east of the dryline. Right now, where exactly the dryline sets up is still in question. We will closely monitor where it sets up, because it could be our second significant severe weather event. (Friday was our first significant severe event) At this time, I think the highest severe risk will be along nad east of a line from Bowie to Graham to Stephenville.
We will cool off to the 60s next weekend with sunshine in place.