Rain Returns to North Texas
While today has been a cooler day across North Texas, don't let that fool you! We'll break down how high we'll see high temperatures climb this week, and if we see any rain in sight during the rest of this week and this next weekend in this blog post.
Overnight tonight, we expect to see lows in the low to mid 40s. Outlying areas could potentially see lower temperatures (especially areas with the most clear skies), and some areas could see some frost. Remember to cover any vegetation that cannot handle freezing temperature/frost.
Tomorrow (May 1, 2014), we should see temperatures climb back in to the low-mid 70s. We also expect mostly sunny skies across the region on Thursday with a Northwest wind at 5-10 mph. No precipitation is forecast.
Tomorrow night, we will see overnight lows fall back down in to the low 40s to 50s, with a partly cloudy sky and a Northwest wind at 5-10 mph. No precipitation is forecast.
Friday, we begin to heat up again to near seasonal temperatures once more. We expect to see mostly sunny skies across the region with highs near 80 and a wind from the West at 5-10 mph. No precipitation is forecast.
Friday night, we expect partly cloudy skies with a low around 52 and a West-North-West wind at 5 mph, becoming South after midnight. No precipitation is forecast.
Saturday, we warm up a bit more, seeing highs more seasonable in the mid to high 80s, possibly some temperatures at or close to 90. Southwest wind at 5-10 mph. No precipitation is forecast.
Saturday night, we expect mostly clear skies, with a low near 61 and a South wind near 10 mph. No precipitation is forecast.
Sunday, we return to seasonable highs with sunny skies and temperatures reaching near 90, some locations may see temperatures in the high 90s and possibly even close to or at 100 degrees. Also, we may see a wind from the Southwest at 10-20 mph, gusts to 25 mph. No precipitation is forecast.
Saturday night, mostly clear skies, a low around 64 with a South wind around 15 mph, gusts 20 mph. No precipitation is forecast.