Mostly Dry Through This Week - We will continue to have another cloudy day across the region behind a surface front, but will most likely stay in dry fashion for most locations. We will mention the chance for a few areas of light drizzle during the day, but rain amounts will stay very light and most communities will stay dry. The high today will be in the upper 60s in most communities.
Tomorrow looks to be unseasonably warm with a high in the low 80s with a mix of sun and clouds. The record high in DFW on November 17 is 84 degrees, set in 1986. We stay fairly mild through the end of this week.
Football Weather - For the high school playoff games tomorrow night, the weather looks pleasant and dry with temperatures falling from the upper 70s at kickoff, to near the mid 70s by the final whistle.
Tomorrow, Summit High School hosts Crowley at Herman Clark Stadium (7:30p kickoff)... the sky will be fair with a kickoff temperature of 79 degrees, falling back to near 74 by the final whistle.
The Weekend - A cold front comes through early Saturday morning, which will make for a very pleasant weekend ahead. With abundant sunshine, temperatures should be in the 60-68 degree range for most communities this weekend.
Thanksgiving Week - We kick off Thanksgiving week with abundant sunshine and highs in the mid 60s. Tuesday, a few clouds will be added to the mid, but will generally stay comfortable with highs in the low 70s. By Wednesday, another cold front comes through, which will set the stage for a few scattered showers during the day on Wednesday, but rain amounts will stay low. We will remain dry for Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, with highs generally in the low 60s and cold mornings. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
On This Day in 2015 - An "unprecedented" and nocturnal tornado outbreak took place in the lower Great Plains, which spawned 29 tornadoes. Many of them were long-track, significant tornadoes stretching from the panhandle of Texas to Western Kansas. An EF3 tornado spawned near Pampa, Texas, causing significant EF3 damage as it crossed into Roberts county. This day was the part of a multi-day tornado outbreak. Thankfully, no one was killed and only one minor injury was recorded.