This morning - Temperatures are warmer this morning, with most places in the 40s. Abilene in West Texas reports a temperature of 54. We don't see much on the radar this morning, but expect some patchy drizzle and fog as you head out the door. We will reach the low 70s by the afternoon, with some places touching 75 with a cloudy sky. We remain mostly dry today.
Don't count on any rain tomorrow though. Highs will be in the upper 70s with lows in the low 60s with a mix of sun and clouds. Some places will touch 80 degrees by the afternoon. The record high for February 15 in Dallas is 63.
Friday and the Weekend - A broad southwest flow pattern will persist over much of the southern US, which means that we will see very little, if any, sun over the next few days.
A cold front will come through here late Friday and Saturday, stalling out somewhere in North Texas. We will continue with a chance of widespread rain on Saturday with the stalled front in place. It won't rain all day, but it will for a good chunk of the day. Rain amounts should stay in the 1-1.5 inch range. Highs should be in within the 50 degree range.
Next Week and Beyond - This upper air pattern will continue to persist, which means, most days will be mostly cloudy with at least some chance for occasional showers. Highs will be average for late February; mid 60s. Thankfully, no severe weather is expected from this pattern, and will only most likely produce beneficial rains for North Texas and the Ohio Valley. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.