It'll still quite cooler than normal for mid-August, with highs touching 80 and light breezes stirring the air on a partly sunny day.
A few storms could linger in southeastern Oklahoma.
We're sticking with the idea of a "don't cancel your plans" weekend forecast, but you may have to dodge a downpour or two here and there anyway. Expect temperatures to drop to the 50s, 60s and 70s overnight into Sunday morning. Rain chances will be on the increase in the northwest overnight as the next system approaches from the west.
While most of today will be quiet across North Texas, storms are likely to develop across the western and northwestern portions of North Texas late this afternoon and into the evening.
Scattered storms will continue to trek across New Mexico through tonight before dissipating by Sunday morning. Heavy rainfall and localized flash flooding would be the main threats.
Another round of showers and storms are likely by Monday, but widespread severe weather is not expected. The heavier and more extensive rain areas will move east tomorrow night with some rain lingering overnight.
Wednesday an upper level ridge will start to form in the eastern Gulf of Mexico helping to send the boundary off to the north lowering rain chances down to about 40% during the afternoon.