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Texas' high pressure ridge finally gives way

A long awaited weather pattern shift is forecast to arrive for the upcoming labor day weekend! Our long standing upper level high pressure ridge, which has kept most storm systems at bay and brought record breaking heat for the last two months, is expected to shift eastward as we approach the weekend. This allows a [read more...]

Sizzling heatwave expected to break records by Friday

Record drought and record heat are the norms this season in north Texas. As of 08/08/11, DFW Airport observed 38 consecutive days with daytime high temps of 100 degrees or more! This is the 2nd greatest number of consecutive 100+ degree days, and within 4 days of the record set in 1980. Summary of this [read more...]

Record breaking heat wave expected the next 7 days

Across north Texas a large high pressure ridge will intensify this week, bringing record breaking heat and further intensifying our drought. Forecast high temperatures are expected to tie or exceed established record high temperatures almost daily for the next 7 days. Currently the entire region is under an Excessive Heat Warning. Expect daily high temperatures ranging [read more...]

Tropical Storm Don and north Texas weather

No doubt everyone know’s of Tropical Storm Don’s existence in the southern Gulf of Mexico. The storm track currently takes it well south of north Texas. The storm’s size is expected to remain small, and its strength at landfall is expected around 55mph sustained wind speed. This is a good setup for the southern and central parts [read more...]

Assuming the ambient air temperature does not fall below 86 degrees by 1am tonight, then we will have set the ALL TIME highest minimum temperature at Dallas/Fort Worth airport today. The incredible heat wave is expected to continue for at least the next week, with even hotter temperatures possible next Tuesday! Afternoon high temps are [read more...]

Oppressive heat wave continues for north Texas

Near record temperatures daily for most of north Texas have been the norm this month. So far every day this month except for July 1st, has had afternoon high temperatures meeting or exceeding 100 degrees F. As of July 24th, we have had 23 consecutive 100 degree days, with 30 days total this year. This [read more...]

North Texans, we have got a very hot and dry summer ahead of us. Long term temperature and precipitation estimates don’t look very good for our region. Record Heat: Already today we have tied a record high at D/FW Airport. This afternoon we reached 104 degrees, which ties the record set in 1918. Weather the [read more...]

According to the National Weather Service, D/FW Airport reached 100 degrees F for the first time this season. Waco has topped 100 degrees F seven times this year thus far. At D/FW, the record high for this date is 102  set back in 1924. In Waco the record high for this date is 103 set [read more...]

Hot and dry weather to persist across DFW

Our early summertime pattern persists across the DFW Metroplex with hot, humid and rain free conditions the next seven days. Small indications of isolated showers this upcoming mid-week near the Red River have faded away. Currently we are looking at daily highs in the upper 90s to 100, and nighttime lows in the 70s, possibly [read more...]

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