With crisp and refreshing mornings followed by sunny and warm afternoons, the next few days promise to offer pleasant weather for outdoor activities.
Monday will see mostly sunny skies with high temperatures in the low 60s. Evening temperatures will dip slightly, hovering near 40 degrees. According to the National Weather Service, wind will be light, 5 to 10 mph, coming from the north.
Tuesday will see clear, sunny skies and pleasant temperatures, with highs inching up to the mid-60s.
A weak cold front will push through North Texas on Tuesday evening, making Wednesday’s highs somewhere near the low 60s, according to CBS News Texas.
The weather forecast indicates that Thursday and Friday will stand out as the warmest days of the week. This is due to the southerly winds that will bring in warm air, resulting in high temperatures in the low 70s on Thursday and mid-70s on Friday.
We can expect Thursday to be the windiest day of the week, with south winds blowing at a speed of around 15-20 mph and gusts of up to 30 mph. Thursday’s skies will be partly cloudy.
On Friday, the skies will be mostly sunny, with southwest winds blowing at a speed of around 15 mph and gusts of up to 25 mph.
Chances of isolated showers and partly cloudy skies will emerge on Saturday as another cold front moves into the metroplex. Rain chances are 20-30%, and high temperatures are expected to reach 63 degrees.
The week will end as it began, with bright sunshine. Sunday’s high temperatures will be in the upper 50s, with low temperatures near 40 degrees.