Ready To Rumble! Again....
We get another quiet DAY, but the night may not go that way. Sunshine and dry air will yield to increaing SE winds and moisture later today as a warm front moves up from the south.
That front combined with a disturbance will trigger scattered storms overnight, some with up to quarter sized hail...with highest coverage from DFW north.
After AM storms diminish, we'll be very warm and humid Friday, with some breaks in the clouds to heat things up.Throw in a dry line and another PM disturbance and it's another shot at severe weather . Some storms will have hail, wind, and isolated tornadoes into the evening hours. Coverage at 60%.
Fortunately, we should begin to dry out Saturday. Still a chance for showers mainly Dallas east, but most areas will improve PM.
By Sunday, we will be a bit cooler and drier (near 80) with partly sunny skies.
Next storms is in here Monday with even cooler air and decent rain/storm chances, although since we are on the cooler side of the storm, severe potential is much lower.
We remain cool as clouds slowly decrease Tuesday and then head back up Wednesday.