Dry and warm weather will prevail across Dallas on throughout the weekend, but severe weather will make its return before Sunday.
A severe weather pattern moving east across the central and southern Plains is expected to push into the area Saturday night or Sunday morning.
"It still favors tornadoes," AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Randy Adkins Jr. said, adding that the greatest risk lies in large hail and damaging wind gusts.
The greatest threat for severe weather will persist after the midnight hour Saturday and into the early morning hours on Sunday, he said.
AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski added that whatever thunderstorms develop Saturday night will weaken as they approach the Dallas Metroplex into early Sunday morning.
Throughout the day Sunday, gusty thunderstorms could redevelop just to the west of Dallas and the Fort Worth area.
"Dallas doesn't look like a prime target for severe weather, but certainly they could experience it," Kottlowski said.
Temperatures will remain in the mid-80s into Monday. As a cold front approaches, temperatures will slide slightly Tuesday.
As the death toll climbs early this week, thunderstorms will continue to disrupt rescue and recovery efforts across the Kathmandu Valley.
Severe storms pummeled parts of eastern Texas Sunday into early Monday morning with softball-sized hail, damaging winds and tornadoes.
MIlder air has moved into the Northeast and will last through midweek after a cool and cloudy start.
Bouts of heavy rain will once again visit the Southeast this week, bringing the threat of flooding and travel delays.
The threat of severe weather will shift eastward on Tuesday, reaching from Alabama into Florida.
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73" of snow in 72 hours (April 25-28).
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Memphis, TN (1991)
15.03" of rain during April 1991 -- wettest April since 1877. The previous April record was 13.90" in 1872.