Radar Check - The batch of widespread rain is quickly racing to the east-northeast, making its way towards DFW.
A shortwave trough to the west of Texas will create a upper low which will result in widespread rain for much of the day today. No severe weather is expected, but rain totals up to 1/2-1 inch is possible in North Texas, with higher amounts to the south. As you leave the house, be sure to plan for it to rain all day, starting from 7AM to 7PM. It won't be a downpour, but most communities will see rain off and on throughout the day. The high will remain in the mid 40s throughout the day.
Tomorrow and Friday - Early morning clouds will result in a mostly sunny afternoon. The high will be in the upper 50s. The average high for November 9th in DFW is 68. Veterans Day will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the mid 60s after starting the day in the low 50s.
The Weekend - Saturday will be another mix of sun and clouds with highs in the low 70s with Saturday morning starting with mid 50s. Sunday looks relatively dry, but we will mention a chance of a shower during the afternoon/evening hours as another front approaches. Moisture and coverage will be very limited, and rain amounts will be very light. The high for Sunday will be in the low 70s.
Football Weather - For the high school football games Friday night, it should be pleasant and very comfortable. A clear, dark sky with temperatures falling into the low 60s.
Summit High School takes on the Timberwolves for their last game of the regular season and senior night (kickoff @ 7:30p)... the sky will be mostly fair with the temperature dropping from 64 degrees at kickoff to 62-60 by the final whistle.
Next Week - We get rid of the rain, and next week looks very pleasant with highs mostly in the 70 degree range; no signs of any widespread rain or severe weather. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
Tropics - Tropical Storm Rina is still out in the central Atlantic, and will stay their for its lifecycle, posing no threat to land. The rest of the Atlantic Basin is quiet.