Partly sunny skies and lower humidity rule for Saturday. At best, a few showers will be possible in our far western and southwestern counties for the afternoon and early evening. High temperatures climb to the upper 80s and lower 90s.
Southerly winds return Sunday, bringing that humidity right back to North Texas. Partly to mostly sunny skies are on tap, with high temperatures climbing into the 90s.
By Labor Day, enough moisture returns for isolated to widely scattered showers and storms. Best rain chances will be east and southeast of DFW. A few storms could become strong during the afternoon and early evening, with gusty winds and frequent lightning.
High pressure stays in control for much of next week, returning mainly dry conditions and warmer temperatures. The only rain chance will be Thursday evening, as a disturbance moves through Oklahoma. A few of those storms could approach our northern and northwestern counties. Expect lows in the mid 70s, with daytime highs in the mid 90s.