Tonight, we will fall into the upper 30s with clear skies.
Sunny with highs in the low/mid 60s tomorrow.
Warmer Monday and Tuesday with sunshine, with highs reaching 80s by Tuesday.
A weak front will slip in and produce a small chance of a shower or storm Tuesday night. Severe weather is not expected. Most if any storm activity should be south of I/20 and east of I/35.
We will be cooler Wednesday with highs in the 70s and we will repeat that Thursday with sunshine.
By Friday, a very strong storm system will approach from the west.
A few showers and storms are likely through the day, mainly during the afternoon. Very limited amounts of instability will be in place, so we don't anticipate severe weather at this time. But, limited instability may be just enough for a few thunder claps and some lightning.
As a boundary approaches Friday night and Saturday, a line of showers and possibly some thunderstorms are expected. Some instability will build in ahead of the boundary. With a more linear structure of these storms, it appears at least possible that a damaging wind risk may take place. Some small hail is also possible.
We may see some re-development Saturday afternoon ahead of the boundary especially along and east of I/35 with at least a low end potential of a few stronger storms.
We will be dry and cool next Sunday.
Severe Weather Specialist