Another warm day is in store! We'll top out in the mid-upper 80s with lots of sunshine and breezy south winds returning to the forecast. We'll stay dry through Friday. Late Friday night, storm chances return west of north Texas, eventually marching to the east. When these storms march east, they will have the potential to become strong-severe...mainly east of I-35 where the dynamics are a little bit better. All modes of severe weather will be possible, but strong winds will be the greatest threat. Rain and storm chances taper off by Saturday night. Storm chances return again by Monday.
Bye Barry, Hello Heat!
Welp, it was fun while it lasted...now on to the heat! #fox4weatherRead the full article
Weakened Barry still poses flood, tornado risks
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Even though Tropical Depression Barry did not unleash catastrophic flooding in Louisiana, many across the Gulf Coast were urged to take heed of tornado and flash-flood warnings Monday as the storm moved north.
Barry was downgraded from a tropical storm on Sunday afternoon but continued to pose a threat. Much of Louisiana and Mississippi were under flash-flood watches, as were parts of Arkansas, eastern Texas, western Tennessee and southeastern Missouri.
Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards urged residents to be cautious as they ventured outside after a weekend in which many had sheltered indoors.Read the full article
Summer Heat Returns!
The remnants of "Barry" will impact North Texas for one more day. Small rain chances and clouds will keep eastern areas cooler. Areas west of DFW will receive more sunshine and warm into the mid 90s. High pressure returns for the rest of the week, ending rain chances and increasing temperatures. Expect morning lows in the upper 70s and afternoon highs approaching the century mark.Read the full article