No sign of summer's end today as the heat beat wears on across the Lone Star. Nothing really unusual about that after Labor Day. However, there are signs of change later in the week. It is very likely that a cold front, currently dragging through the middle of the country is headed toward Texas.
Along the front, showers and in some cases, stronger thunderstorms are likely to develop. The front should make it through Dallas by Wednesday and then arrives along the Upper Texas coast by Thursday. Here is a projection for rain and the front then:
The slow-moving nature of this front means rain chances could linger well into the weekend. It's still a little early for THE cold front that puts and end to the seemingly endless summer, but it will be a welcome sign.