If you like cool weather and a chance of rain, North Texas is the place to be this week.
Forecasters are calling for high temperatures in the mid- to upper 70s today and Tuesday, then the mid-80s for the rest of the week.
And the mornings will be especially nice. The National Weather Service office in Fort Worth is predicting lows in the 50s today and Tuesday.
"This is all from the cold front that came through the area a few days ago," said meteorologist Mark Fox. "The winds will still be blowing from the north, giving us these temperatures."
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Golf fans at the Crowne Plaza Invitational at Colonial in Fort Worth may see some wet fairways later in the week.
Forecasters say there's a 20 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms from Thursday through Sunday during the PGA tour stop.
"Those could be late-afternoon to evening storms," Fox said. "It's too early to say if they will be severe, but it's May and the storms could produce severe weather."
A year ago, high temperatures were in the mid-80s and 90s during the Colonial.
It was also dry.
Dallas/Fort Worth Airport recorded just 1.09 inches of rain in May 2010, a month that usually averages about 5 inches.
But this month, the area had 3.75 inches of rain as of Sunday, the weather service reported.