A storm system will move into Texas late Friday night into Saturday morning with unsettled weather. There will several rounds of showers and thunderstorms, but not continuous most of the weekend.
Warm and humid air will be in place Friday afternoon, resulting in an unstable atmosphere by Friday evening. As the first of several impulses approaches the region Friday night, isolated to scattered storms will increase from west to east. Several rounds of storms late Friday night into Saturday evening will bring a threat for locally heavy rain and minor flooding, especially for areas east and south of Dallas-Fort Worth.
The stronger storms could produce large hail or high winds. Prepare now if you have outdoor activities planned early this weekend and be sure to stay weather aware.
There is still a slight chance for storms Sunday, but as a cold front moves through Sunday night, that chance disappears.
Saturday- 80 percent chance for storms. Mostly cloudy and windy. High: 76.
Sunday- 40 percent chance for storms. Mostly cloudy, slight breeze. High: 82.
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