Chilly Canadian high pressure is sitting over North Texas and will move only slowly eat over the next several days keeping temperatures well below normal for this time of year. A weak southwesterly flow aloft will continue to produce lots of “overrunning clouds” and occasional light rain showers over the next seven days. Nothing heavy or very significant is expected.
Saturday we will have a cold start with temperatures in the 40’s then cloudy and chilly with light to moderate northerly winds only a few sprinkles and a high of 58.
Saturday night will be cloudy and rather chilly with periods of light rain after midnight and a low of 47.
Sunday still mainly cloudy except for a little late day sun light winds and not as chilly with a high of 64.
Light rain develops with milder temperatures on Monday.
Enjoy your weekend.