Another Cool Morning - As you head out the door towards work and school, you may want to grab a light jacket. Temperatures will be in the 40s for most spots across the region, but should warm up into the low 80s as we progress throughout the day.
Another mild day is in store for us until another cold front arrives this evening which will make tomorrow significantly cooler. Highs will only reach the upper 60s, but the sun should remain in full force for both days. No rainfall is expected for north Texas.
Wednesday through Friday - Not much change. We expect a gradual warm up to mild temperatures once again by Thursday, where highs will reach the low 80s. Another cold front arrives Thursday night, which will also result in Friday being much cooler. Afternoon highs should only reach the low 60s with morning lows in the low 40s in most spots.
The Weekend - As a result of the cold front moving through on Thursday night, Saturday should be the coldest day of the season thus far with highs only reaching the upper 50s and lows sticking just above the below freezing mark (35 degrees). This is where highs could potentially be 20 degrees below average, which would suggest the first freeze of the season. By Sunday, most clouds clear the region, and temperatures increase to the mid 60s. Cool, refreshing fall weather is in store for us this week.
Next Week - After a crazy week of temperature fluctuations, at least the beginning half of next week looks to be dry and stable with highs remaining in the low 70s.
Tropics - A broad area of low pressure that is located in the northwestern Caribbean has a medium chance of developing during the next five days. Details are unclear now, but should become more clear as we progress further. The rest of the Atlantic Basin, is quiet. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.