TODAY - We expect a good warm-up from yesterday with temperatures in the middle 50s in the afternoon. Be sure to still bundle up this morning though, as temperatures are still in the low 30s for much of the region. A wind shift to the northeast is expected, and winds will be a tad calmer today. A few mesoscale models have been suggesting the *potential* for light snow mixed with some light rain behind the cold front that will come through this evening. Similar to what we saw during the pre-dawn hours yesterday, no accumulation or impacts are expected if this were to come into fruition.
In wake of the cold front, we start Friday off with a hard freeze with temperatures in the mid 20s in the morning. Highs will be in the upper 40s later today with a mostly sunny sky.
THE WEEKEND - Not much change. Current thinking is the weekend will also stay dry with highs in the mid 50 - low 60 degree range for the weekend with mostly sunny skies. Winds would increase to 10-15 mph range again. Any chance of showers on Saturday will remain south of DFW.
NEXT WEEK - Our next chance of some light wintery weather comes Monday night into Tuesday with another arctic front. Winds will also increase on Monday and Tuesday. Highs will be in the low 60s on Monday, followed by the upper 30s the very next day. We start to warm up on Wednesday, then we stay consistent during the latter half of the week with highs mostly in the mid 50s.