QUIET, COOL START - The weather is pretty quiet across the region this morning; we are all cloudy and foggy with temperatures in the 50 degree range. We could see a few isolated thunderstorms on the radar, but nothing heavy and widespread and we won't see any issues with severe weather today. Clouds should lighten during the afternoon and evening, setting up for sunny, dry conditions for the Ranger's Opening Day. Highs should be in the low 70s.
TOMORROW AND THE WEEKEND - The sky clears out to sunny skies with highs in the low 70s, which will set up for a good Easter weekend. We trend warmer on Saturday with abundant sunshine with highs in the upper 70s, and Sunday will continue to be dry. The sky will be partly cloudy with highs in the low 70s. A few isolated showers are possible with a surface front passing through, but most of the region will continue to remain dry.
NEXT WEEK - Model guidance suggests that most people will remain dry next week with highs in the low 70s. Early part of the week will feature mostly cloudy skies, but the sun peaks out during the latter half of the week. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
ON THIS DAY IN 2017 - A squall line affected the North Texas area during the pre-dawn hours on March 29th. At least two tornadoes touched down; one to the north of Fort Worth, Keller, and Southlake, and one in Lewisville, which received an EF-1 rating. Elsewhere, mainly people were left without power due to tornado-like wind speeds. The highest wind report during this was 95mph.