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…if you like typical late May weather. Our target high today is at the seasonal average for May 27th. Winds will be a bit breezy from the south. Temperatures this morning only dipped into the low 60s for most areas, so this gave us a pretty good head start for a rapid warm up.
Here’s how high temperatures shake out today and tomorrow for North Texas.
Our weather pattern will hold together until another strong cold front comes through Wednesday night. The front will bring a small severe weather threat for areas west of the Metroplex on Wednesday afternoon with large hail and damaging winds being the concerns. Here are the rain chances below.
While Wednesday feels like great with very little rain chances, Thursday will be cloudy, windy and chilly! Spotty light rain will be possible from time to time as low and mid level clouds hang with us all day. Winds will gust up to 35 mph at times with generally 20-30 mph winds expected most of the day. The colder air will set up Friday morning to drop close to the record low that morning of 41 degrees. This will depend on clearing the skies and winds becoming light, both of which appear could happen. So, prepare for yet another shot of winter cold. Then do that thing we’re all used to doing: wait 24 hours and enjoy the change. Sunshine and 70s for your weekend.