Storm Team Blog
ANOTHER COOL NIGHT This morning temperatures dropped into the 60s for many of us. We will see 60s again tonight for a lot of areas. Below are the overnight lows for tonight. THURSDAY Thursday […]
You may have noticed the drier air this afternoon. Dewpoints are in the 50s. The dewpoint is a good measure of how much moisture is in the air. The higher the dewpoint the more muggy it […]
The heat streak was broken today. We had 5 consecutive days in the 100s leading up to Monday. Today’s high though was 95 degrees. That is thanks to a cold front that passed thru DFW […]
We are in the midst of yet another 100° day across north Texas, the 2pm hourly weather round-up made it official at DFW: With the Heat Index it makes for the kind of summer heat […]
It’s been another very hot day across North Texas, with temperatures above 100° for the fourth day in a row. A HEAT ADVISORY has been extended to include most of North Texas until 7pm Sunday evening
HEAT ADVISORY is in effect for Dallas and Tarrant Counties thru Saturday evening. Heat Index values for much of the DFW area will be at or above 105 Saturday afternoon. Actual air temperatures will be […]
As of 2pm temperatures were over 100° at most locations across the metroplex. The Heat Index is high today because of high humidity: We’ve had some storms start to develop to the west and northwest […]
Not much change in the forecast over the next few days, which means it will be very hot and muggy. Actual highs will be near 102 degrees, but the heat index will be near 105 degrees.
There have been a few clouds over DFW this afternoon. Those clouds have come from what’s left of rain that was near the Red River earlier. Most areas are dry and will stay dry. Just […]
There will be many locations to see triple digits on Thursday.
Hot and muggy weather will be with us thru the rest of the week with just isolated rain chances. That’s thanks to high pressure in the upper levels of the atmosphere that will be building […]
If you think that it is hot on Tuesday in North Texas, check out at how the forecasted high temperature compares to the actual high temperatures from the past five years.