CHILLY NOVEMBER MORNING - Temperatures across North/North-Central Texas are mostly on seasonal averages for lows... mostly in the low 40 degree range. The sky is clear, and the winds will shift to the south for the next couple of days. We will be sunny today with a light wind to the south as the warming trend begins... We will rise to around 70 degrees this afternoon.
We turn even milder tomorrow with mostly sunny skies. We will be in the mid 70s tomorrow afternoon.
FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND - Clouds will increase during the day on Friday, and a few widely isolated showers could break out during the evening hours near the DFW metro. Then, Friday evening will have a mix of sun and clouds with a chance of strong storms over the northwestern part of the state. The high on Friday will be in the mid 70s.
To the east of us, it looks like strong to severe storms will develop in a zone to the east of Dallas to around Tulsa as a potent surface low approaches. The SPC has outlined the standard "slight" risk of severe storms for areas to the east of Dallas to around Tupelo, Mississippi, and a "marginal" risk for the surrounding areas for their Day 3 outlook...
Right now, confidence is increasing that most of North Texas will be severe clear of any severe weather issues Friday evening, with an exception of maybe a few isolated thunderstorms at times. Highs will be in the mid 70s with a mix of sun and clouds.
THE WEEKEND - We turn pleasant for the first couple of days of December. We remain mostly sunny throughout the day with highs mostly in the mid to upper 60s which is actually above our average high of 62 degrees for this time of the year...
NEXT WEEK - At this time, most of next week looks mostly dry with highs in the low 60s on Monday, followed by highs in the low 50s for the rest of the week with a potent cold front coming through. Confidence is increasing that our next chance of widespread rain is on Friday, November 7 as another storm system moves through. At this time, we do not anticipate a severe weather issue with a relatively cold airmass, but rain is looking more and more likely throughout the day. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.