Another Frigid Morning - Once again, temperatures have fallen into the teens across North Texas...
Thankfully, sunshine will be in full force today with highs in the mid 40s, so it shouldn't stay cold all day. Any ice still leftover should melt by the late afternoon hours.
Friday and Saturday - We warm substantially on both days with Friday's high in the mid 50s (56) and Saturday's high in the upper 60s (68). We should stay very mild on both days with a few clouds. This is good for anyone that despises the cold weather.
Sunday - We could see the possibility of a few showers and storms starting Sunday afternoon. The highest chance of marginally severe storms will remain to the east of Dallas. While damaging winds and a brief tornado or two will remain possible, meager instability values raises some uncertainties about the severity of the storms. For now, will continue to forecast marginally severe conditions for the Ark-La-Tex vicinity. The high on Sunday for DFW should be around 67.
Next Week - Any rain potential for late next week is uncertain at this point. For now, next week looks generally dry and seasonably warm with highs generally in the upper 50s to low 60s, lows around 40. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.