DALLAS (KDAF) — North Texas will experience warmer temperatures this week, but severe thunderstorms could be expected on Thursday or early Friday. The weekend may have cool mornings and little chance of rain.
“Overcast conditions are expected today with pockets of drizzle/light rain. Temperatures will warm through Wednesday with southerly gusts lingering in north and central Texas. Widespread highs in the 80s are expected by Wednesday afternoon,” NWS Fort Worth said.
Possible thunderstorms Thursday afternoon and evening, then Friday morning. It will come with a cold front Thursday evening and Friday.
NWS Fort Worth reports, “Severe thunderstorms may develop late Thursday before an advancing dry line, with stronger to stronger storms accompanying a cold front moving through the area Thursday night through Friday. Potential dangers include large hail, damaging winds, and a low risk of an isolated tornado. There remains some uncertainty about the timing and actual coverage of severe weather. Continue to monitor future predictions regarding this weekend system.
There may be some showers and maybe a thunderstorm east of I-35 Sunday afternoon, but otherwise it’s mostly dry.
“The weekend looks mostly dry except for some showers and possibly a thunderstorm in areas east of I-35 Sunday afternoon. Otherwise. temperatures will be cool in the morning and seasonal during the day, with temperatures above normal in the west on Sunday. Breezy 10-15 mph westerly/southwesterly winds on Saturday will become 15-20 mph southeasterly winds and gusts Sunday,” NWS Fort Worth said.