After two nights in Texas with cold temperatures and a Rangers first-ever win in the World Series, maybe it is time for some relaxing, mild weather. Over the next week or so, no major challenges are seen in terms of thunderstorms or extreme air masses. The disturbances in the tropical Pacific Ocean are apparently not an issue, and the Gulf of Alaska Low will not make its move until the 11-15 day period.
But some moisture return, and with it strong convective chances, are likely around November 11-12. The next truly impressive storm will likely not arrive until after November 20. That system could alter the jet stream and temperature landscape in the Lone Star State, making for some challenging conditions on or after Thanksgiving weekend.