DALLAS (KDAF) — It will be a windy, hot and humid start to the workweek in North Texas following a cold weekend before a potentially stormy Thursday, according to the National Weather Service Center in Fort Worth.
On Monday there will be high increasing clouds and the cloudiness will continue into the night and also on Tuesday.
“Just a slight warming today in the 50s and lower 60s out West as breezy 15-20 mph southerly winds keep some chill around. Look for windy, wetter conditions tonight through Tuesday, with 20-mph southerly winds. 30 mph with gusts up to 40 mph helps draw Gulf moisture northward.
“Lows tonight will only be in the mid 40s to lower 50s with low cloud and some late sprinkles. Tuesday will be windy, humid and much warmer with an upper disturbance generating some northern and eastern showers in the afternoon. Highs will be 60s in the east through the mid 70s in the west.Southern winds 20-30 mph with gusts to 40 mph will stay and keep the Gulf moisture flowing north before our system next week” NWS Fort Worth said.
Continuing from the start of the week, midweek and the weekend will be warm and windy but there will be some potential thunderstorms in the region on Thursday and some Friday morning.
“Expect a warm and breezy Wednesday before storm chances increase Thursday. Few strong to severe storms will be possible primarily along and west of I-35. Storm chances will push eastward overnight and out north and from central Texas by dawn Friday Rainless conditions return Saturday with highs in the 70s across the region,” NWS Fort Worth said.