Following our cold front earlier this week, temperatures and humidity have been tolerable for North Texas. However, the next few days the heat and humidity will crank back up a bit.
Your Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the middle 90s, with increasing moisture. However, dry weather is anticipated.
As we head into next week, it will start to feel pretty sticky again with highs in the mid to upper 90s and lows in the low to middle 70s. An overall calm week is expected, however a couple seabreeze showers and storms aren't ruled out especially on Tuesday & Wednesday. Coverage will be low and favor areas to the south and east of DFW. Each day will likely feature mostly to partly sunny skies.
By next weekend, a pattern shift is expected. Our flow aloft will become dominantly NW flow. This will favor a couple shortwaves riding along the jet bring a chance of thunderstorms starting Saturday & Sunday and beyond. Given a greater S jet, some 500mb flow could be present allowing for at least a chance of strong storms. However, it is too far out for much detail or certainly. The most important think is that rain chances are expected to return, given how we have had little to no rain so far this month. The heat could also come to an end for a period of time, with highs back down into the 80s and low 90s expected.
Have a great evening!