After multiple rounds of showers and t-storms last week, this weekend has been fairly dry and pleasant. A couple chances of showers and storms exists this week. Details below...
First off, a weak cold front will slide through North Texas tonight. A few isolated showers or even a t-storm is possible, but coverage will remain pretty low. Most will be dry.
As flow aloft favors some storm chances Tuesday morning, limited moisture behind the boundary should keep storms at a minimum Tuesday morning. However, widely scattered showers and a few fumbles of thunder will still be possible as moisture tries to return.
Tuesday afternoon will be mainly dry, with highs in the low 90s.
A greater storm threat arrives Tuesday night with increased moisture content. NW flow aloft favors a storm complex to dive south out of Oklahoma Tuesday night into early Wednesday. Gusty winds, brief heavy rain, and frequent lightning will be the primary risks. Some small hail also isn't ruled out in the stronger storms. About 20-40% of us see showers and storms.
A similar set up will follow late Wednesday night, but should weaken before reaching North Texas. Still, a few showers and storms are possible especially in northeast Texas.
Next weekend will be mostly dry and warm with highs in the middle 90s.