More warm temperatures and a dry wind are in store for today.
The National Weather Service expects a high of 73 degrees and a low of 46 tonight, which is about 5 to 10 degrees above normal.
A weak front will arrive this afternoon, resulting in an elevated fire risk west of the I-35 corridor, Weather Service meteorologist Matt Stalley said. "We’re not going to notice a temperature change, but it will bring in dry air and and wind this afternoon," he said.
Friday will also be warm and sunny with a high of 75 degrees, but the dry weather ends going into next week with a chance of thunderstorms starting Sunday night.
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Stalley said the best chance of thunderstorms is on Tuesday.
Christian Boschult, 817-390-7770, @CBOSCH192