Cold Start - Temperatures in North Texas are in the 20s across the board, with cooler temperatures to the north. A frost has likely developed in most places in NTX. Clouds will stick to us today, and highs will only be in the low 50s due to cold air advection from the cold front that came through during the day yesterday.
Tuesday - Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy to start off, drizzle will be possible during the morning, before transitioning to widespread showers during the afternoon. It is worth noting that freezing rain will be possible for our northern counties, but should not reach DFW. Rain becomes more widespread as we go through the evening. Thunderstorms will also become possible during the evening, with a chance of some of them turning marginally severe with .75" hail possible. Rain amounts should stay below 1/2 inch for most places, and afternoon highs will be in the low 50s. Rain will continue overnight.
Wednesday Through Friday - A few lingering showers will be possible during the morning hours on Wednesday, then we turn drier with highs in the low 50s. We will warm up through Friday with mostly sunny skies and with the high possibly reaching 70 by Friday.
The Weekend - Our next chance of rain will lie Saturday morning with another surface front pushing through. Rain amounts will generally stay fairly light with highs in the low 60s. With mostly cloudy conditions, we cool down on Sunday, with highs dropping to the low 50s.
Next Week - Monday looks generally dry. We could see another chance of showers and storms by Tuesday with a surface front moving through. This would be a rain mass that would affect main states to the north, in addition. Too early to tell specific rain amounts and timing of the system, but just an idea that both global models agree on. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.