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.
Some lingering showers or storms are possible first thing Sunday, especially in northeastern North Texas, but not everyone will see rain.
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.
Lows tonight will drop to upper 60s and lower 70s. Rain chances will be on the increase in the northwest overnight as the next system approaches from the west.
We will have a break until another round of storms and heavy rain moves in from the northwest in the late afternoon.
The storms will taper by early Sunday. Any t-storms will also be capable of very heavy rainfall that could cause some localized flooding and frequent lightning.
We finally start to dry out and heat up by the end of next week.
Another day of scattered to widespread storms is expected as recycled moisture combines with a disturbance passing to the north... and additional help arrives with a backdoor cold front edging in over the Northeast Plains.
Rain chances will diminish as we head into the mid part of the week, but as rain chances go down, temperatures will go up and warm up to the mid to upper 90's.