Severe weather is at the tail-end of the next 7-days. Read the detailed forecast below.
Christmas Eve Thursday: Mainly sunny day. Highs expected to be in the lower to mid 50s for most. Wind gusts up to 30 MPH possible, especially around noon. Wind chills in the upper 30s to lower 40s possible.
Christmas Day Friday: Gorgeous day expected. Temperatures expected to be in the upper 50s and a few lower 60s. A few clouds are possible during the late afternoon. Winds 5-15 MPH, varying direction.
Saturday: Mainly sunny day for DFW. Wind gusts around 20-30 MPH possible out of the south. Highs in the mid 60s.
Sunday: Clouds & Sun for most of DFW during the day. Late in the day, storms East of DFW are possible. Isolated flurries in Southwestern Oklahoma during the evening will be isolated. Wind gusts up to 25 MPH possible. Highs in the upper 60s and lower 70s, but a cold front is expected to come through overnight, knocking temperatures down into the 30s for most areas.
Monday: Cold day overall, with wind gusts from 25-35 MPH possible during the morning and afternoon out of the north. Wind chills will make the outside air feel 10-15 degrees colder. High of around 50. Feels like temperatures will be in the mid 30s for most areas.
Tuesday: Another very windy day expected, with winds coming out of the south. An overall cloudy day is expected across DFW, with spotty showers and isolated storms. A few storms could be strong during the evening. Afternoon temperatures may only be in the lower 50s, but overnight, temperatures are expected to get closer to 60.
Wednesday: Storms during the morning hours are very likely at this current time. Storms could be severe. The long-term projections suggest threats of damaging winds or an isolated tornado are possible. Highs will likely be in the mid 50s, which should limit widespread severe weather. Afternoon clearing into sunshine is expected at this time. Lows will likely dip into the upper 20s and lower 30s.
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