By Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry

Who is ready for some sunshine?  After such a dreary, cold day, I think everyone is ready to see the sun again.

Not much sunshine until we get to the weekend.

The drizzle and light rain will continue thru the evening and overnight.  We will wake up tomorrow morning with some spotty drizzle.  But the light rain will shift east of Dallas during the mid morning and areas west of the I-35W corridor will be mainly dry through the day on Thursday.

Friday is the day where we have heavy rain and even a few isolated thunderstorms possible.

A stronger disturbance over the Pacific Northwest will arrive Friday.

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Rain chances will be 70% on Friday with the bulk of the rain coming in the early afternoon hours for DFW.

Most areas are looking at .50″ to 1″ of rain.  Here’s a rainfall estimate map.

NTX Futurecast Precip 36hr RPM



THURSDAY MORNING – Drizzle and light rain for many.

NTX Rain Chances

THURSDAY AFTERNOON – Most of the rain shifts east of Dallas. Temps warm into the mid 50s.

NTX Rain Chances1

FRIDAY MORNING – Rain chances increase to our northwest.

NTX Rain Chances2

FRIDAY AFTERNOON – Rain likely with a few isolated thunderstorms.  No severe weather expected.  Temperatures in the mid 60s.

NTX Rain Chances3

SATURDAY – Mostly sunny and mild.  Morning low of 39.  High of 61.

SUNDAY – Sunny, warmer and windy.  Morning low of 42.  High of 72!


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