A few very isolated pop-up storms will be possible this evening around North Texas. Coverage will be very low and most of us won’t see any rain.
There is a front draped over southern Oklahoma that will sag southward tomorrow and bring a slight chance of rain to the area.
Here is where that front is located as of 3pm Tuesday.
As that front pushes into North Texas tomorrow, there won’t be a cool down in temperatures, but there will be small rain chances.
RAIN CHANCES FOR WEDNESDAY
RAIN CHANCES FOR THURSDAY
Here’s what our CBS 11 High Resolution Forecast Model looks like.
The favored area for any rain will be the northern and northeastern half of North Texas. But coverage will not be high, so don’t get too excited about rain chances.
100’s ON THE WAY
We have yet to reach 100 at DFW this year. That will likely change later this week. The upper level high that usually dominates our weather in the summer has been located over the southwest US recently. But the high is expected to build over Texas by the weekend. This should be enough to allow us to reach 100 degrees this weekend and into next week.
Here is where the high is right now.
Here is where the high will be this weekend.