Could you have done without last week's colder time of year climate? This is your lucky day. It will want to spring in North Texas throughout the following couple of days.
Tuesday morning will be somewhat crisp, particularly with 25-30+ mph winds. In any case, those breezes will ensure the virus gets abandoned.
By Tuesday evening, it will heat up into the 60s in the eastern parts of North Texas and the 70s toward the west.
The south breezes will proceed with Tuesday night to ensure the temperature throughout the following couple of days stays warm for late December.
The vast majority in North Texas can expect highs in the upper 60s and low 70s as the weekend progresses.
New Year's Eve should be gentle, with lows during the 50s for open-air exercises.
New Year's Day becomes breezy and hot as south breezes take over. Highs are effective during the 70s region-wide as the following tempest comes to fruition in our southwest.
That next storm can create more downpours as it moves in on Monday, although it's still somewhat right on time to say precisely when and where.
Behind the framework, the air will chill off; however not get cold one week from now.
Partake in the "new" winter in Texas!