*no Texas Weather Discussion Video this morning*
RADAR CHECK - Once again, showers and thunderstorms are entering DFW from the southwest this morning...
The difference with today is that we should experience more breaks from the rain today, until it eventually tapers off during the afternoon and evening hours. Temperatures are currently in the middle 40s right now. The nice thing is that we should not stay in the low to mid 40s all day. We will likely see temperatures in the mid 50s by the afternoon hours with mostly cloudy skies.
Rain may develop overnight and persist into Thursday morning before tapering off in the afternoon (eventually). The best chance of any one spot getting wet is in the 60/70 percent range on Thursday. Afternoon highs will be closer to 60 degrees for Thursday and Friday. Afternoon showers and thunderstorms will be possible Friday as the morning stays dry.
THE WEEKEND - We may deal with a morning batch of rain, but the good news is that it won't be as persistent and widespread as in recent days. The chance of a spot getting wet on Saturday is only in the 30 percent range, so most communities will stay dry with highs in the middle to upper 60s. Sunday will feature mostly cloudy skies and a mainly dry forecast for the first time in ten days! Highs should be in the upper 60s again.
NEXT WEEK - We start off next week dry with partly to mostly cloudy skies, then we introduce small chances of scattered showers and thunderstorms towards the latter half of the week. Right now, it looks like most communities stay dry during the week with highs closer to 65° and morning lows in the low 50s.
TROPICS - For the first time since August, the Atlantic Basin is quiet, and no new tropical cyclones are expected for the rest of this week through the weekend.