Good evening, North Texas! It was a very nice today, but the sunshine streak is coming to an end. Some scattered showers will develop overnight, and clouds and fog will quickly overspread the area. Some of the fog may be quite dense, so use caution on your commute! A few storms are possible in the morning, but widespread storms will develop by afternoon, and a few storms may be severe primarily with a hail threat. Gusty winds are possible, but tornadoes are not expected. By wednesday, everything becomes questioned. Let me break this down. If there's rain in the morning, any rain will be east of the area. If we cannot see much warming either we see rain or not, the severe risk and storm risk will be low. But, if there's no morning rain (in significance) there will be a severe threat and a potentially high coverage of storms, and we will need to see heating. All rain rain will exit the area late Wednesday night and Thursday-Saturday will be dry.
Another round of storms is expected by Sunday, and severe storms are possible. More on that later this week. Some colder air (highs in the 40s and 50s) will enter next Monday.
There are signs that significant cold will return to North Texas by the end of next week. There are also signs of precipitation chances during the timeframe, so we will monitor any threat of winter weather.
The seven day forecast will be uploaded to the website by 6:00 AM tomorrow. Have a great night!