What to Know
- A shift in the weather pattern this weekend brought slightly below normal temperatures and increasing rain and storm chances that will continue Sunday.
- Main threats: Gusty winds, locally heavy rain and frequent lightning.
- All areas can expect a drop in temperatures into the low to mid-90s Sunday.
A shift in our weather pattern brought cooler-than-normal temperatures and rain and storm chances to parts of North Texas this weekend.
Rain and storm chances will continue on Sunday. Coverage will remain scattered, with better chances in the afternoon. The severe weather threat remains low, but stronger storms will be capable of producing gusty winds, small hail and frequent lightning. In addition, heavy rain will be possible with spotty flooding possible. It certainly won't be a washout and not everyone will end up getting a storm.
Next week is not looking as hot as highs remain in the low 90s through Wednesday.
Isolated to scattered showers and storms will continue through the upcoming week, with the highest rain chances expected Tuesday and Wednesday. The best chance will be during the afternoon hours.