DFW Weather: Latest Forecast, Radar in North Texas

Another chance for storms and severe weather Saturday night and the night leading up to the remainder of the Memorial Day weekend will be warm and mostly dry.

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Fast facts:

  • Hot and humid Saturday and Sunday
  • Strong storms possible Saturday evening and night
  • Memorial Day Monday less humid and hot

Watch the tornado

A tornado watch has been issued for western North Texas until 9 p.m. Saturday. And another tornado watch is in effect for Montague and Cooke counties until 11 p.m. Isolated supercell storms are possible in this area Saturday evening into Saturday evening. Not everyone will see storms, but all storms have a good chance of being severe, with a threat of large hail, damaging winds and an isolated tornado.

More watches may be issued for other areas of North Texas later in the day Saturday.

Cozy Memorial Day Weekend

Memorial Day weekend will feel A LOT like summer. Highs will be in the 90s with a heat index in the 100s on Saturday. Temperatures will be nearly five degrees warmer than normal. Although most remain dry, there is a risk of thunderstorms this afternoon. Sunday’s storms will be even rarer and will likely stay to the northeast. Have a way to receive warnings!

Did you see Sunday? Actual temperatures are closer to triple digits. A front will arrive late Sunday into Monday. This will help drop temperatures into the 90s with slightly lower humidity.

Sunday storms

The severe weather threat is much lower Sunday for North Texas. Storm coverage will also be low. Most won’t see storms.

If storms develop, hail up to quarter size will be the main concern in northeastern North Texas.

Three digits what?

Yes, the heat index could reach 100 this afternoon. High humidity will be a big factor in making it uncomfortable outside. The actual temperature climbs into the 90s on Sunday, with the heat index remaining near 102 through the afternoon.

A cold front arrives in time to lower humidity for Memorial Day Monday. Maximum temperatures will still be warmer than normal, but at least the heat index will stay out of 100.

14 day forecast

Daily storm risks return mid-next week.

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