DALLAS — Quick Summary:
- Red Flag Warning Wednesday afternoon for western counties
- Cooler air moves in by Thursday through the weekend
- Another round of rain arrives Saturday
A front brought a chance for showers and storms this morning. Scattered rain brought accumulations less than .10 of an inch through the early afternoon.
Rain has moved east. A higher severe threat looks to take aim at East Texas and Louisiana during the afternoon Wednesday. Strong winds and hail will be the main threat.
Critical Fire Danger Wednesday
Today's cold front leaves behind a breezy west wind across North Texas along with low humidity. The ongoing drought adds to the dry fuels in our western counties leading to high fire danger. It'll be best to avoid outdoor burning and activities that lead to sparks. If a fire were to start, it'll spread quickly.
Cooler air filters in across the area tonight. Temps to start Thursday will be in the 40s with highs in the low 60s.
10 Day Forecast
It does get a little cooler this weekend with another round of rain Saturday. Sunday will be a bit drier with highs in the 50s. Another round of rain returns Tuesday and Wednesday.