It's the last WARM weekend for a while...make your plans accordingly! Then we say "HELLO" to December!
Cloud cover is again playing with NTX today, ranging from high clouds from the MPLEX north, to low clouds and some fog in southern areas. These will burn off today to a partly sunny afternoon with highs near 70 and light SE winds.
More clouds will be on and off tonight into Saturday keeping most areas near 50 overnight and very warm mid 70s tomorrow as south winds pick up a bit.
A slightly stronger disturbance will bring enhanced clouds Sunday. It will still get into the 70s, but maybe not as warm as Saturday. There will also be a few brief showers possible, mainly south/east of the Metroplex.
Stronger south winds blow in for Monday. That means more humidity as well! Lows in the 60s and highs well into the 70s (even 80 west!) are possible...along with low shower chances.
A strong COLD FRONT plows in Monday night. There will be some showers (30%) but probably not much more that will exit early Tuesday AM.
It will be windy and chilly Tuesday with mostly cloudy skies and temps holding in the 50s all day.
The atmosphere will dry out as NW flow becomes established next week. That will keep our forecast dry unfortunately, but chilly. Highs generally in the 50s and lows in the 30s through most of the week.