CHILLY MORNING - Temperatures are in the the middle 40s this morning, still much colder than the previous morning. Today will be a brisk, chilly day with highs mostly in the upper 40s for most of the day. A northerly wind of around 10-20 mph will make it feel even chillier. The sky will be mostly clear tonight.
THE WEEKEND - Most places in DFW will experience the first frost or freeze of the season as morning lows fall to the low 30s. A Freeze Watch is now in effect for the greater DFW Metro and points to the north Saturday morning. The watch area could extend farther to the south as conditions warrant.
Most of the day on Saturday will feature more clouds than sun with afternoon highs in the low 50s. Sunday will feature mostly clouds with highs in the low 50s and morning lows in the low 40s.
NEXT WEEK - Global models still indicate some wintery mischief possible for parts of North Texas Monday evening through Tuesday morning. Since large uncertainties still exist, we will opt to not include any wintery mix chances in the official chances. However, the main concern is the cold rain that will fall in substitute of the wintery mix. If we see enough rain Monday evening, that may cause a difficult situation Tuesday morning as temperatures fall to the upper 20s for most spots. If that verifies, anything that falls Monday evening/night will freeze by the morning, causing an icy situation for roadways, bridges, and overpasses, which will cause problems traveling to work and school. Although we are uncertain about the possibility of a wintery mix for parts of North Texas, we are certain about the chance of widespread rainfall and the possibilities of record lows for some locations in North Texas Tuesday morning. We will continue to watch this. Just stick to the latest forecasts for more details.
Monday and Tuesday looks like cold, raw, muggy days with highs only reaching the low to mid 40s.
The rest of the week will warm with highs in the low 60s by Friday... See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.