Sunny Days Are Here to Stay… Until the Weekend

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With the weather forecast predicting low 70s through Saturday, it is a perfect opportunity to enjoy the beautiful outdoors.

The remainder of the week’s weather forecast includes a pleasant mix of light clouds and clear skies. Mornings are expected to be chilly and refreshing, while afternoons will be warm and sunny.

The next possibility of rain in the metroplex will not arrive until Sunday.

In recent days, rain has been moving toward North Texas from the southwest. Yet it has been evaporating when it enters the area, cooling and moistening the air without resulting in any substantial rainfall, per CBS News Texas.

Despite some increased humidity and lower temperatures, the region has not experienced any noteworthy precipitation.

The weather in DFW is expected to be beautiful for the remainder of the week. On November 14, the high temperature will be just below 70 degrees, but temperatures could gradually increase throughout the week before dipping down.

On Wednesday, the high will be 72; on Thursday, it will reach 73; on Friday, it will be 71; and on Saturday, it will be around 68 degrees, per CBS Texas.

The combination of warm temperatures and light north-northeast winds hovering around 5 mph make for an ideal weather forecast.

Moving into the weekend, a storm system will bring a 30% chance of scattered showers moving in late Sunday and into Monday of next week, according to the National Weather Service.

As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday, many Texans are wondering what kind of weather they can expect. While Texas weather can be unpredictable, recent forecasts indicate that the holiday should be dry, with rain dissipating by Tuesday of next week, according to WFAA.

The highs on Thanksgiving Day are expected to be in the upper 50s, so be prepared for a cool day. For now, it looks as though DFW can plan for a dry and relatively mild Thanksgiving.

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