All eyes will be to our west as we get into Wednesday morning. A squall-line with potentially strong to severe storms will move from west to east and likely impact the Metroplex during the morning commute. Noticeably lower rain chances are expected for the rest of the work week, with cooler temperatures behind a cold front, starting Thursday. The weekend starts off wet, but dries out just in time for Mother's Day.
One More Rain-Free Day!
Memorial Day will be the last of our rain-free days likely for a while. The ridge of high pressure that has kept North Texas quiet, shifts southward, allowing a late-season cold front to move through mid-week. Heavy rain and strong storms will be possible Tuesday night through early Thursday morning.The front eventually stalls to our south and then lifts northward by the weekend.Read the full article
Steamy Conditions Continue...
Hot and steamy rest of the weekend for us. Things change a little by midweek with storms returning to the area. Don't worry, the humidity won't go away. #fox4weather #txwx #dfwwxRead the full article
Plenty of Heat & Humidity!
Overall, the holiday weekend will remain rain-free, warm, and muggy. By the middle of next week, a cold front slides into North Texas returning showers and some strong storms.Read the full article