Texans have survived their warmest year ever. The National Climate Data Center said that 2012’s statewide average temperature tied with 1921 at 67.4 degrees.
Temperatures on Monday shot into the high-90s across North Texas, and more of the same can be expected on Tuesday.
A cold front was supposed to move through DFW this past weekend. But, in case you didn’t notice, it never arrived. So, expect more summertime temperatures for North Texas this week.
North Texas is in the final hours of 100-degree heat, likely for the rest of the year. While temperatures on Friday will still reach triple digits, a cold front will arrive for Saturday.
The sizzling North Texas temperatures will stick around for Thursday and into Friday. But don’t worry, that cold front is coming to bring much-needed relief from the heat.
DFW is going to stay hot, with high temperatures over 100 degrees, for a few more days. But this is just leading up to a very mild weekend, when temperatures fall into the 80s.
Hot temperatures into the triple digits are set to continue through the rest of the week, cooling down — and ushering out summer heat — just in time for the weekend.
It should be a wonderful Labor Day for North Texans on Monday, especially if you like the heat. Temperatures in the Metroplex will be near 100 degrees almost all week long.
After a stretch of cooler temperatures, North Texas will return to the triple digits over the Labor Day weekend, for one last summertime hurrah.
In the middle of August, the weather across North Texas is usually very hot and sunny. Not this year, as temperatures are well below average thanks to storms.
Some storms moved through North Texas early Wednesday morning, and more are expected this week, dropping forecasted high temperatures down to the 90s.
A series of storm chances will likely drop temperatures across North Texas this weekend, all the way down to the upper 90s. Still hot, but not close to triple-digit heat.