Reporting Jeff Ray
Filed underStorm Team Blog
Clouds started the day and returned at the end of it. In between it was yet another very pleasant Fall day here in north Texas. Highs reached the upper 60′s, the warmest temperature we’ve had since last Sunday morning.
We continue to watch clouds and light rain make its way in from the west. Light rain is in the forecast for our western edge for the evening:
Mostly cloudy skies will be around most of the day on Monday. Overnight lows will stay in the 50′s, an improvement to the run of the below-normal lows that have been with us for the last six mornings.
Highs will reach into the very comfortable 70′s despite the lack of sunshine. If there is any rain around in the first half of the day it’ll be more like drizzle than anything.
Monday kicks off a run of 70-degree weather for the short work week and holiday. Overnight lows will be mild as well thanks to clouds and south winds:
The forecast around Thanksgiving Day and Friday is a little tricky. I’m going to go with rain chances for Black Friday and keep Thanksgiving dry but cloudy. A cold front comes through on Friday (at least on one of the long range forecast models); this will knock down the temps a little. But still, the storm chances are small and rain chances slight.
The mild weather should continue until we get to the middle of next week (the week after Thanksgiving). Then it looks like we are going to get a significant shot of cold air arrive into north Texas. Highs will only be in the low 50′s!