Overnight, we will fall to near freezing in DFW with frost likely, and a freeze at DFW Airport is possible. We will climb to the upper 50s tomorrow afternoon with plenty of sunshine. We will fall back to near 38° tomorrow night, but clouds will quickly roll in by 3AM. Thursday will be a mainly cloudy day with highs in the mid 60s across the area. A few of our far western counties may see some sun by afternoon, but DFW will remain cloudy all day. No rain is expected. Skies will clear late Thursday evening (near 10PM) and we will fall back to near 45° Friday morning with sunshine. By midday, clouds will quickly increase and the afternoon will be quite cloudy and breezy. A few sprinkles are possible east of Dallas in the better moisture content. We may reach 70° by Friday afternoon especially west of DFW. Skies will remain cloudy Friday night and we will only fall to the upper 50s and lower 60s. Saturday will be mainly cloudy with a 30% chance of thunderstorms. With some instability near 1,500 J/kg, there will be a severe risk. The main storm and severe risk will be east of DFW, but as a dryline moves in near 2PM, isolated to widely scattered storms will develop along the dryline with a few strong producing hail and high winds in DFW. We will remain cloudy Saturday night and clouds will be with us all day Sunday. More clouds and a low chance of rain next Monday with much colder air in place. Highs will be in the upper 40s with a few sprinkles or showers. No winter weather is anticipated at this time.
No sign of snow or ice anytime soon.