ANOTHER QUIET MORNING - The only shower activity occurring in North Texas is the few showers near Sulphur Springs. Temperatures are in the low 80s this morning with a clear sky. Expect afternoon highs to be at 100 degrees with sunshine in full force. A very weak surface front moves through later today which could set off a few isolated showers and thunderstorms during the afternoon, but the chance of one spot getting wet is only in the 10-20 percent range, so don't have high hopes of seeing rain today.
THE WEEKEND - Some showers will still be lingering during the weekend from the weak surface front on Friday, but will be widely spaced with no dynamic support and limited moisture. Otherwise, expect afternoon highs around 100 with more sun than clouds on both days.
NEXT WEEK - A strong cold front will come through early Monday morning, which will cause cooler temperatures for the next several days, as well as a spike in moisture levels to introduce the chance of scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms, mostly Monday morning. Some showers will carry on into Tuesday, and temperatures will be below average with highs mostly close to 90. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
TROPIX- The Atlantic Basin continues to remain very quiet, and tropical cyclone formation is not expected through the weekend.