Highs yesterday again reached into the 80′s for the fourth day in a row at DFW. It wasn’t a record high like Friday but we hit 84°, within 3° of the record of 87° set back 1948.
A slow moving cold front pushed through the metro area at the end of the day Saturday. It produces some strong storms. There was a report of 1″ hail south of Fate and Rockwall County. 1″ rainfall amounts were also reported across Rockwall, northern Kaufman County and the southeast corner of Dallas County.
Lows started this morning in the 50′s (40′s up in Wise and Jack counties and along the Red River) and will be cooler than the weather of late.
In the warmer air to the south there is a chance of rain or storms, mostly in the morning hours:
The work week will start very nice, highs will be in the 70′s with dry weather. Winds start to pick up on Friday, highs will get in the low 80′s again. It’ll be very windy Saturday as well as major cold front advances toward us. It should arrives either Sunday or Monday bringing with some storm chances and cooler weather
A strong Nor’Easter looks to hit the east coast recovery zone by Wednesday and Thursday. Still storm will bring damaging winds and high surf to the hard-hit areas where Sandy hit last week.