The weather stays dry again today with sunshine and highs in the mid 80s. We're tracking an upper level storm system that is bringing clouds and rain to parts of Texas and Oklahoma this morning. Here's the satellite and radar view at 9am.
This storm system will move into the southeast over the next couple of days bringing shower and storm chances back to our forecast. Widespread rain is not expected...the wet weather will be hit and miss. A few showers will begin to pop-up tomorrow afternoon.
Additional showers and storms are expected on Friday.
Even though we're still in our spring severe weather season, it's unlikely that we'll see any strong thunderstorms. Rain totals in most areas will only be around .25". Here's how much rainfall WAFF 48 Pinpoint Predictor is forecasting through Friday evening.
Don't necessarily focus on the specific rain totals...it's difficult to pinpoint exactly where the heavier showers will develop. Where they do pop-up, though, they could dump .5" to 1" of rain.
WAFF 48 Storm Team