Rain chances over the next several days will be a little higher. Rain will be possible just about every day heading through next week. Some days will have more than others. Either way, I would be prepared for some shower activity
The rain chances will stay relatively low for a couple days. There may be a brief shower toward the end of this week, but until then, we should remain dry. Temperatures are cool today, but will be much warmer and closer to normal for the rest of this week
The heavy rain and storms will continue through this evening and parts of tonight. There will be a small risk for severe weather, mostly south of I-20. That includes the risk for damaging winds, hail, and an isolated tornado
The next couple days will hold some very warm temperatures that will be flirting with the record. It will warm up to the upper 80s near 90 degrees! By this weekend, the rain will return, and that should provide some relief to this heat
Aside from a few showers tonight and later on Tuesday, this week should remain dry. There will be low rain chances and the sunshine will be returning on a few days this week. Rain chances will briefly go up Friday and Saturday as well
Showers are slowly winding down this evening and will take a break on Saturday but will return on Sunday. Then by next week, the rain should stay away. Rain chances will be much lower for most of the week allowing for warmer temperatures
The rain will continue off an on for a few more days including potential for severe weather this evening. By the end of the weekend, the rain will finally wind down and drier weather is on the way next week
There is not a whole lot of rain around the ArkLaTex just yet. By the end of this week, there will be heavy rainfall and the potential for severe weather. On top of that, temperatures will be cooler as we go through the weekend
The rain will continue off and on this weekend and through most of next week. There will be breaks in the rain so it will not be a complete washout. Most of the rain will also take place in the northern half of the ArkLaTex
A line of storms will move through the ArkLaTex tonight and will be the start of a lot of rain for the next several days. Particularly in the northern half of the ArkLaTex. North of I-20 will be dealing with rain about every day through next week.
Showers and storms will become the new normal for the next week or so. There will be a stalled front that will bring a lot of rain just about every day. Keep the rain gear handy because you will certainly need it!
Rain chances will be on the increase as we finish out this week. Even over the weekend and on into next week, we will be dealing with more rain. The good news is that the severe potential is limited most days.
Rain is back in the forecast and will be for every day this week. Some days will not have a lot of rain, while other days will see quite a bit. Meanwhile, temperatures will be well above average this week.
The dry weather will continue for a few more days. Saturday and Sunday will have more clouds around but there will not be any rain. The rain does arrive Monday and may possibly stick around most of next week.
This beautiful and dry weather will continue through the weekend with no rain around. There will be clouds from time to time, but it will still be nice. Next week though, the rain chances will go back up.
The rain will finally come to an end by tonight and the sunshine will return as we close out the rest of this week. Some more heavy rain is possible tonight, but there will not be any more severe weather.
The heavy rain will arrive on Wednesday. There will be some rain tonight and Tuesday, but the worst will wait until Wednesday morning. All the rain will move out by Thursday afternoon though. Some good news is that the severe risk is low for this week.
The sunny days in the ArkLaTex are coming to an end. Clouds will be building up and rain will be returning starting on Sunday and through the first half of next week. There will still be heavy showers and storms next week, but the trend is that the severe risk is going down.
The great sunny weather will continue for a couple more days. Next week though, there will be more rain and storms in the forecast. Tuesday will have a cold front that could bring strong storms and maybe even severe weather
The temperatures will be the talk of the town for tonight. It will be back to freezing with some frost likely in the morning to start out Thursday. The sunshine will be back, so for the rest of the week, there will not be any rain.
The cold front arriving today will not bring as much rain. Most of us will remain dry as the cold front passes. However, it will be cooler for the rest of the week. Temperatures during the overnight hours will fall back to near freezing again.
Another cold front will arrive Tuesday dropping temperatures back down for the remainder of the week. This cold front though will not have much rain associated with it. We will remain rain-free for the most part for the rest of this week.
Temperatures will be back on the cold side tonight with frost possible. It will be falling down to the mid to upper 20s across the ArkLaTex. It will be nice and dry for tonight and Saturday. However, a few showers will return again by Sunday evening.
This lovely weather will slowly change over the weekend. It will still be dry with little to no rain. The clouds will increase as well as the temperatures. There will be a bigger change next week when the next cold front arrives.
The clouds are slowly clearing away. There will be peeks of sunshine today, then abundant sunshine Friday. There will be more clouds this weekend but the temperatures will also be warmer. Rain chances will remain low.
The rain is finally coming to an end with the sunshine returning Thursday and Friday. You will be able to leave the rain gear at home as we end this week and enter the weekend. Temperatures will also be warmer as we start next week.