The rest of the day will feature partly sunny skies with temperatures in the 70s, and tomorrow will be the same but highs will reach the 80s.
By Wednesday, a disturbance and cold front will bring a chance of showers to the region. This doesn't appear to be widespread rain or any severe weather. Only 30-40% of North Texas will pick up measurable rainfall, with the better chances along the Red River counties. Highs will be in the 60s across the area. Rainfall totals will generally be less than 1/4" of an inch, but it's not ruled out for a higher amount or two in an area that receives a thunderstorm. Instability will be so limited that I don't expect much storm activity, but spotty to possibly scattered showers are in the forecast.
We will be cool on Thursday with highs in the 70s with partly sunny skies. Friday and Saturday will be the same.
We with reach the 80s by Sunday with a low 20% chance of an isolated thunderstorm or two west of I/35. Most if not all areas will remain dry.
Monday will be warm with highs in the 80s under partly cloudy skies. Again, a low 10% chance of a storm is possible.
By Tuesday and Wednesday, some decent storm chances look to possibly return. Medium range data continues to support a severe thunderstorm potential during this timeframe.