The passage of a cold front will prevent Friday's warmth from being repeated in Dallas this weekend.
"Saturday will be much cooler than Friday," AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Frank Strait said, adding "temperatures will drop from the lower 80s on Friday to the low 60s for a high on Saturday.
Temperatures will be held to the upper 50s on Sunday.
"It will be a major turnaround for them, but that's nothing unusual in early spring," Strait said.
Through the weekend, skies will be cloudy and the area will stay breezy and cool. A shower or thunderstorm will be around on Saturday with spotty showers lingering on Saturday night into Sunday morning.
Warmer weather will make its return as the next week moves forward. Monday will feature more in the way of sunshine with temperatures returning to the lower 60s.
Further warming will send temperatures into the mid-60s for Tuesday and Wednesday. A surge of warmth may follow for Thursday with highs in the upper 70s.
After temperatures briefly climb to typical midsummer levels, another cooldown will roll into the Midwest and expand to the East for the last part of July.
A cold front pushing through the Southeast will bring the risk of severe weather to part of the region Thursday.
Tropical Depression Two has lost its battle to become the next Atlantic tropical storm, but it will still increase shower activity across the Caribbean to end the week.
A potent storm system moving out of the Northwest United States will bring an elevated risk of tornadoes to parts of Alberta and Saskatchewan on Thursday.
Severe thunderstorms that blasted areas of Arkansas with damaging winds and heavy rainfall will continue to race through eastern Texas.
As California continues to be plagued by intense drought conditions, some surfers are reaping what may be one of very few benefits to such a dry season.
North Carolina (1975)
Lightning killed 13 cows during a thunderstorm at Kenansville. Heavy rains elsewhere in the state forced the Tar River out of its banks at Greenville, causing 14 families to evacuate their homes.
New York (1975)
Severe thunderstorms in western and central NY: lightning struck a city park in Rochester injuring 12 children, all were playing on a metal jungle gym. One patrolman described the scene as if "someone threw a stick of dynamite in the middle of the crowd and it blew."
Southeastern MA (1990)
Torrential rains: Middleboro 7.20" Bridgewater 5.00" Tauton 4.33" Abington 3.05" Cars were stranded in high water in Fall River, MA.