Today will be a nice sunny day in DFW with highs in the 60s! Enjoy!
Tomorrow through Thursday will be warm with highs in the 80s, with mainly sunny skies but some clouds return into the middle part of the week.
By Friday, a strong system will move into the area. The best risk of storms will be WEST of DFW, and storms in West TX may produce large hail and damaging winds, and possibly a tornado or two. A few showers or a storm is possible around here Friday.
By Saturday, a dryline and system will move towards us. Some morning rain will end mid morning Saturday, and will allow us to destabilize a bit. CAPE values will be near 1500-2000 J/kg and will support at least a risk of a few strong to severe storms Saturday afternoon. SCP will be near 5-8, so the atmosphere will be supportive of some severe weather. Some lapse rates will support a risk of large hail. Some low-level shear may allow for a low-end tornado risk Saturday along with a risk of 50-65mph damaging wind gusts. This doesn't appear to be a severe weather outbreak at this time, but isolated to scattered severe storms are possible. Along with a severe risk, PWATS will also produce a risk of very heavy rainfall in these storms, so flash flooding may be a risk across the area.
We will dry out Sunday with highs remaining in the 70s.