RADAR CHECK - The heaviest rain has weakened and moved off to the northeast past Dallas. Another batch of rain from the west has weakened and has since dissipated.
We get a nice breath of fresh air from a rare June cold front that passed through early Sunday morning, producing scattered showers and thunderstorms in New Mexico and West Texas which eventually moved through North Texas this morning.
Following the storms, we have a nice surge of dry, continental air moving into our region from the west. We will stay mostly cloudy today with a high in the 82-86 degree range due to rain-cooled air. Dewpoints are in the middle 60s right now, so go out and enjoy the weather because these are low humidity values for a summer day.
We will likely see another complex of showers and thunderstorms tomorrow morning during the pre-dawn hours as they develop somewhere in the region or somewhere in Southern Oklahoma. Some of those storms could be strong, posing the threat for isolated damaging wind gusts and hail in some spots. It is worth noting that the SPC has much of North Texas under the "marginal risk" (1/5) of severe storms for the rest of today and tomorrow morning.
FOR THE REST OF THE WEEK - Another dry airmass will mean a quiet rest of the week for the state. We continue to forecast mostly sunny days and pleasant nights for the duration of the week. We will get into the mid 90s tomorrow followed by upper 90s for the rest of the week.
THE WEEKEND - Not much change. Dry air will continue to prevail, and we will continue forecast mostly sunny days and pleasant nights. Highs will be in the upper 90s across the region which is very typical weather for early June in North Texas. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
TROPICS - The Atlantic Basin is currently quiet this morning, and will continue to remain quiet for the rest of the week.