Thunderstorms are expected to remain in the forecast for the Dallas area through Saturday.
Still, the rain is expected to be a welcome relief to help combat the ongoing drought conditions.
Highs will remain in the 80s Wednesday, with a chance for a shower or thunderstorm in the afternoon and evening hours.
Thursday and Friday will have highs in the mid-80s with intervals of clouds and sun and a couple of thunderstorms possible.
Overnight lows through Friday will hover around 70 F.
By the weekend, it will be warmer with highs on the upper 80s on Saturday. Saturday will be partly sunny, but the possibility of a thunderstorm cannot be ruled out.
Sunday will see temperatures in the low 90s with mostly sunny skies.
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Severe thunderstorms caused significant damage from the central Plains through the mid-Mississippi and Tennessee River valleys during the start of Memorial Day weekend.
Powerful thunderstorms will continue to cause significant damage as they plow across the central United States into early Sunday morning.
On the heels of Saturday's outbreak, the risk of damaging thunderstorms will continue through the Memorial Day weekend with communities from Michigan to Texas being threatened on Sunday.
An outbreak of severe weather will continue to threaten lives and property across the central United States into Saturday night.
The warmest days so far this year across the United Kingdom have been replaced with rainy spells and thunderstorms this spring bank holiday weekend.
While it will not rain the entire time in the northeastern US this Memorial Day weekend, people with outdoor plans should be prepared to dodge showers and thunderstorms.
Many communities in Germany will experience their warmest days so far this year on Sunday and Monday as summerlike warmth surges back.
Another bout of summerlike air will surge across the northwestern United States through Monday, before temperatures begin to tumble.