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Record Setting

A new record high of 104 degrees yesterday September 6th broke the previous record by 1 degree. …Record high temperature set at Dallas Fort Worth… a record high temperature of 104 degrees was set at Dallas Fort Worth yesterday. This breaks the old record of 103 set in 1951. Afternoon high temps today September 7th [read more...]

Heavy rain event possible next weekend for DFW

For the past several days, computer models have consistently shown a powerful storm system reaching the western coast of the continental US around mid-week this upcoming week. This storm system is expected to bring drastic changes to weather for the inter-mountain regions of the western U.S. including heavy snow for higher elevations. This storm system [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...]

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...]

Record rainfall occurred at D/FW Airport for the day of 6/21/11. Widespread heavy rainfall affected the rest of the region early this morning as well. …Record daily maximum rainfall set at Dallas Fort Worth… a record rainfall of 2.72 inches was set at Dallas Fort Worth today. This breaks the old record of 1.07 set [read more...]

West Dallas tornado rated eF-2, six other tornadoes around north Texas

Tornado damage consistent with an eF-2 tornado was found in West Dallas during a storm survey conducted by the National Weather Service today. The tornado’s path was one half mile in length, causing significant damage to numerous structures in that area. A preliminary track map shows it crossing the Trinity River and its levees, which should debunk [read more...]

Tropical Storm Hermine & it's effects

Tropical Storm Hermine, a remarkably impactful storm for the DFW Metroplex which sits 550 miles north of the storm’s initial landfall. The storm has brought severe flooding to a 300 mile stretch of central and north Texas, along the I-35 corridor. The worst flood effects are being felt in San Antonio through Austin. Flash flooding [read more...]

Half an inch shy of snowiest winter for DFW!

One of the snowiest winters in D/FW history has finally ended, with official totals reaching 17.1 inches. Some areas even received 25 inches of snowfall this year! A table of the top 10 snowiest winters, provided by the National Weather Service. This season ranked number 2, just half an inch behind breaking the record. D/FW [read more...]

DFW Airport is just 7 days short of breaking yet another record during our cold season, this time for most consecutive days below 80 degrees F. Rank # of Days Season Dates 1 166 1918-19 Oct 21 – Apr 5 2 159 2009-10 Oct 20 – Mar 28* 3 155 1957-58 Oct 31 – Apr [read more...]

Snowfall totals for our late March snowstorm

This unseasonably late snowfall further increased the 2009-2010 snowfall totals for our area, bringing us within 1/2 an inch of the all-time snowiest winter on record! Additionally the last time this much snow fell this late in the season was March 29 1937! Preliminary snowfall totals listed graphically below. As you can see, the heaviest [read more...]

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