It's a little quieter this week, but not totally quiet!
The storms are exiting early this morning and will be gone in the southeastern counties before noon. Cloudy skies behind our cold front may break a bit later from DFW north and west, although temps will be in the 70s with slightly drier air filtering in on northeast winds.
Clouds return overnight and will linger through the morning before breaking up Wednesday evening. There is just a very low chance for a shower as they break. Southeast winds return with more moisture and highs in the upper 70s to near 80.
By Thursday, a stronger Pacific disturbance heads in in the evening with at least some storms, especially west and north of DFW. Some gusty winds and hail are possible. Otherwise, more sun gets us into the low 80s.
After that disturbance exits, we warm into the 80s for the weekend. It looks tranquil initially, but adding more moisture may produce an isolated storm by Easter Sunday.