Storm Team Blog
The infamous HEAT ADVISORY goes into effect today. It’s the first one of the season. A HEAT ADVISORY is issued when the heat index number (feels like temperature) hits 105° for at least two days in a row.
A Heat Advisory has been issued for DFW and most of North Texas on Thursday and Friday. A Heat Advisory is issued when the Heat Index (what it feels like) climbs above 105 degrees for […]
Did your favorite lake go up or down? Here’s the list of North Texas lakes and the change in their level over the past 7-days. Some lakes went up a lot thanks to the heavy […]
Don’t get too excited for these rain chances, but there will be some isolated showers and storms that develop tomorrow afternoon and evening in North Texas. There will be a weak disturbance which is now over […]
It is already muggy this morning with temps just after 6am in the upper 70s to lower 80s and the dew point is in the low 70s. So that means the air already feels sticky outside. Today […]
After coming off a cool spell last week, temperatures have warmed into the 90s again this week. But 100s have been on the low side so far this year. So far we have seen only […]
The typical ridge of high pressure that sits near North Texas will be with us this week. That will allow temperatures to climb into the upper 90s to low 100s most of this week. There […]
After a nice, cool treat this weekend, our temps are climbing back to average for mid to late July. There is some fog across NTX this morning but not enough for a dense fog advisory. […]
Last week, the DFW area saw high temperatures that were significantly cooler, including a Saturday that was only in the 70s. This week is expected to feel like a typical July.
As folks across DFW head back to work on Monday, temperatures will be back to where they belong for this time of the year. Monday might be the coolest day of the work week.
It was another morning with temperatures in the 60s across North Texas on Sunday, a lovely start to a summer day. However, we are going to return to July temperatures.
For the first time in two days, we did not break a record low of some kind. However, we came within one degree of tying a record low and one degree of tying a record coldest high.