While it's been very cold this morning, we will slowly warm up this afternoon to the mid 50s. We may be lower or higher than this number depending on if clouds stay firm or they scatter out.
A warm front lifts north overnight, and temperatures rise to the lower 60s with moisture returning.
As a cold front approaches the metroplex tomorrow early-mid afternoon tomorrow, isolated/scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop. While only 30% of the area will see storms, with moderate amounts of instability, any storms that develop may pose a severe risk. The main threat in DFW will be large hail and up to 65mph wind gusts.
The storms move southeast of our area after 4pm and we dry out and clear out.
Lows tomorrow night will be in the mid-upper 30s. We will only reach the lower 60s Wednesday afternoon.
On Thursday, a few more clouds may be in place ahead of our next system. A shower or storm isn't ruled out north of I/20 during the afternoon hours. No severe weather is expected at this time.
On Friday as a cold front and strong disturbance collide over DFW, scattered to widespread showers and thunderstorms are expected. Some storms may be strong-severe during the afternoon and evening hours. A cold front brings in cooler air and post-frontal shower activity heading into Saturday with highs in the 60s.
We made a very quick rebound next Sunday to the 80s, and isolated storms are likely to develop along another weak cold front. It looks likely that storms will pose a severe risk into this timeframe.