Storm Team Blog
A Freeze Day is when the temperature drops to 32 degrees or colder at any point in the day at DFW Airport. And we have had a lot of them so far this year.
Below is a graph showing the high temperatures over the past 7 days. That 79 degree high last Wednesday feels like an eternity ago. But in the past 5 days the temperature at DFW has […]
The clear skies today allowed for some melting thanks to the sunshine. But it also gave us a great snapshot of the extent of the ice pack over North Texas. Below is an image taken […]
We are still in our Thaw, Refreeze, Repeat cycle. Tonight will be another night where temperatures drop below freezing. It will be colder tonight than last night. That will mean icy spots for the tonight […]
With a bit of sun and temps above freezing for a couple hours, we will see a little more melting on Sunday afternoon. The bad news is…
Temperatures bottomed out at DFW right at 21° this morning. Most areas outside of the metroplex dropped down well into the teens. This is the coldest weather we’ve had in 2013 so far. What a […]
The heaviest sleet/ice accumulation was found from the northern parts of the Metroplex and point north and west. Some spots saw 4″ of sleet atop of a thin layer of ice…nasty conditions over these areas
8:55PM: Why we’re getting primarily sleet and freezing rain has to do with the warm layer of air about 6,000 feet above the surface. Where the rain drops have a chance to refreeze before hitting […]
Weather models have predicted ice accumulation and also sleet and snow accumulation. This is not 100 percent going to happen, but it is a possibility of what could happen.
The calendar reads December 4, but temperatures will warm to what we normally see in October. Our normal high temperature during this time of the year should be 60 degrees.
Enjoy the mild weather today and tomorrow, by the end of the week it gets COLD! Temperatures today have warmed into the 70s for many of us with enjoyable sunshine. To the northeast the fog […]
Here we go with December and we’re forecasting another big drop in temperatures by Thursday. Bitter cold is building, yet again, in northwest Canada and parts of Alaska. Temperatures there are way below zero. This […]