RADAR CHECK: As advertised, a surface front bringing the chance of scattered showers and storms is moving through parts of North Texas, mainly moving to the northeast. The most you will get out of these is lightning and heavy rain, and no severe weather is expected. Most of these storms will likely dissipate by the afternoon hours today.
The front will continue to push slowly south through the rest of Texas today and tomorrow, and drier air moves into the state later today, and the day should feature a mix of mostly clouds and sun with highs in the mid 90s with just a tad lower humidity levels.
We dry out tomorrow, it will be a mostly sunny day with lower humidity and slightly lower temperatures. Highs will be in the mid 90s with a very calm southeasterly wind.
FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND: The weather is looking dry with mostly sunny days and fair nights. Highs will be mostly in the upper 90s, with nighttime temperatures somewhat cooler with early morning lows in the mid to upper 70s.
NEXT WEEK: Dry weather will continue throughout most of the week, but highs will hold right at seasonal averages for this time of the year as moisture levels rise. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
TROPICS: Atlantic Basin stays very quiet this week, and no new tropical cyclones are expected.