Today will be another hot and humid day for North and Central Texas. There will be a chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon primarily north of I-20 and to the northwest of the metroplex, though most will not see rain. The severe threat is low, but the strongest storms will be capable of producing gusty winds.
Rain and storm chances will increase on Saturday across much of the area, then shift to areas mainly east of I-35 on Sunday as a couple of upper disturbances move southeast from Oklahoma toward the Ark-La-Tex region and Ozarks.
Better storm chances should occur across northeast parts of the area, though no one area will see widespread rainfall. Widespread severe weather is not expected, however, a few strong to marginally severe storms with gusty downburst winds, hail, and frequent lightning will be possible each day in the afternoon and evening when the atmosphere is most unstable due to hot daytime temperatures.
Localized heavy rain may lead to minor flooding or street flooding at times. Otherwise, high temperatures in the 90s will prevail Saturday, becoming hotter on Sunday with a few areas along and west of I-35 topping 100 degrees.
Source: National Weather Services