Cluster of t-storms will move through this AM (Esp from I-35E north & west) with heavy rain, gusty winds...some flooding west. By midday, PM we dry out with only a few scattered showers and patches of sun along with humid SE winds and highs in the mid 70s.
That sets the stage for the next round. That will be overnight with heavy rain (flooding) and severe storms (hail, wind, tornado) possible esp from I-35W and EAST/SOUTH this time.
Those storms may linger into AM (esp. eastern counties) but then dry out as well, with clouds and highs in the upper 60s.
Then we watch the parent storm (upper low). That will move in such a way to keep us in a moist flow of air through Friday with periods of rain Thu and more showery precipitation Friday. Highs stay in the 60s.
By the weekend, the storm exits. Clouds give way to sun Saturday...and mild air Sunday.