A chilly start to this Wednesday, but temperatures will warm around 5 degrees more than yesterday. High near 82, sunny with a calm wind increasing 10-15mph this afternoon from the southeast.
OVERNIGHT: A milder night with the low nearing 60, the wind becomes breezy 12-22mph with clouds increasing before sunrise.
THURSDAY: A hot day with highs in the 90s and staying breezy with the wind changing southwesterly. A dry line will set up to our east and some isolated storms may develop along this line. They will quickly push east into the Red River counties and Oklahoma, but might become strong enough for severe strength.
WEEKEND: A big change for Friday as another strong front to drop highs in the 60s and low 70s. Wind speeds will be strong during the early half of Friday, then dropping and staying light this weekend. Another chilly morning Saturday with some upper 30s possible in parts of our area, then temperatures warm returning to average for Mother's Day.
POSSIBLE RAIN: Things look to change with a chance for rain Monday and maybe into Tuesday. Still details to work out with computer models as they are still not agreeing on this, but it looks better than any chances we have had in a while.
Have a great Wednesday! Matt with the next updated forecast tonight on the News at Nine.