Saturday — Marginal risk of severe storms north.
Monday — More storms and additional accumulations of rainfall especially to the north of the region will be possible.
A weak cold front moves through the area Saturday late morning and afternoon bringing showers and the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms. A strong cap of warm air aloft will hamper the development of thunderstorms over the area and especially over the southern portions of the area.
Mild and pleasant weather follows Saturday night through Sunday. A warm front moves back north into the region Sunday night leading to increasing chances for storms again on Monday. The heavier rainfall is more likely to occur in Northeast Texas with another cold front pushing south into Southeast Texas late Monday into Tuesday. Although the rainfall in Southeast Texas is not expected to be heavy the mainstem rivers are more likely to see rises as the runoff arrives midweek and beyond. Here is a graphic from the West Gulf River Forecast Center highlighting these impacts.