North Texans had better get their rain gauges ready.
Chances of showers or isolated thunderstorms are the forecast all week, according to the National Weather Service office in Fort Worth.
And heavy rains are expected Tuesday in Tarrant County.
"From Monday through Thursday, Fort Worth could see more than two inches of rain," meteorologist Bianca Villanueva said Sunday in a telephone interview. Villanueva is with the National Weather Service office in Fort Worth.
Moisture from the Gulf of Mexico coupled with a cold front that arrives Wednesday are the factors for the rain chances in North Texas.
For President's Day, forecasters are calling for a high of 77. And the rain chances are at 60 percent on Monday night.
"We will be seeing some unsettling weather patterns during the week," Villanueva said.
Heavy rains are in the forecast on Tuesday for Tarrant County and many other North Texas counties. The high should be 69 and rain chances are at 90 percent.
The potential for some strong severe thunderstorms also exists on Tuesday, according to the NWS.
The cold front arrives Wednesday and temperatures will drop. Daytime temperatures will be in the mid-40s and the rain chances are at 60 percent during the day and 30 percent Wednesday night.
Thursday morning, the temperature will drop to 39. The high will be in the low 50s. And yes, there's a 20 percent chance of rain on Thursday.
It gets warmer Friday and Saturday under cloudy skies, but the chance of showers or isolated thunderstorms increases to 40 percent on both days.