Air Quality Alert, Level Orange,  Heat Advisory through 8pm Friday

Mostly sunny and hot
An isolated storm can’t be ruled out (mainly east of Dallas)
High 102° (heat index to 108°)
Wind:  SE 5-10 mph

Morning Low: 81°

Hot and mostly sunny
High 102° (heat index to 109°)
*Isolated storms again mainly in ETX

Mostly sunny skies
High 103° (heat index to 108°)

Partly cloudy, still hot
Slight chance of an evening/nighttime storm
High 101° (heat index to 106°)

Partly cloudy with widely scattered showers/storms
High 99° (heat index to 103°)

Weather Overview:
DFW hit 101° Tuesday. TD 5 formed last evening in the Gulf, currently 200 miles south of Apalachicola, FL with 35 mph winds.  It may become TS Danielle in the next 24 hours and is headed for the LA/MS border area.  The increased moisture flow into the Ark/La/Tex will increase chances for rain in east Texas in coming days and bring a 10-20% chance for our eastern counties (mainly Terrell eastward).  So, while an isolated storm is certainly a possibility, it is not likely for the Metroplex.  Our late weekend cold front is looking better, so beginning Saturday night and going into early next week, expect slightly more moderate temps and at least small rain chances.