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Friday and Saturday produced the coldest temperatures we’ve seen in May in the last 110 years.


   1   34   MAY 1, 1903
   2   39   MAY 4, 2013 *
       39   MAY 3, 2013 *
   4   40   MAY 1, 1909
       40   MAY 4, 1907

The record low this morning is 44° and we again hovered in the vicinity, dropping down to 46 degrees at DFW. 

It’ll be another glorious afternoon, just one more like early April then early May. Highs will peak around 70 degrees, dewpoints will stay in the 40′s (low humidity):

NTX Tomorrows Highs

A powerful, slow-moving upper level low produced our record lows and flooding across the south. It’ll take a couple more days to get to the east coast:

500mb Energy1

Here is where it’ll be by Tuesday night:

500mb Energy2

As it moves offshore temperatures will rebound from Texas to New York by mid-week:

500mb Energy3

We’ll have dry weather stretch all the way to Thursday when afternoon storm chances start to show up again in north Texas. The best chance of rain looks to fall on Friday or Friday night. Severe weather could form along the dry line on Thursday afternoon in our western counties on the Edwards Plateau, from Jack, Palo Pinto, Erath and Comanche counties.


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