In the past decade, North Texas has seen just half a dozen days where temperatures dipped to 15 degrees or below. But residents still need to know how to protect their property.
There’s a chance North Texas could see its first dose of triple-digit heat this year. According to the CBS 11 Storm Team, a summertime high pressure ridge will build over the Metroplex this week, bringing highs up to 100-degrees.
Temperatures on our Monday have warmed into the mid to upper 80s thanks to sunshine and dry air. It stays warm tomorrow before rain chances arrive on Wednesday cooling us down.
Friday and Saturday produced the coldest temperatures we’ve seen in May in the last 110 years.
Unbelievably cold for the month of April as temperatures hover in the 40s Tuesday afternoon with a strong north wind. Bundle up tonight if you’re out. Or maybe a fire in the fireplace if you still have any wood (can’t believe I just typed that sentence on April 23).
After a hot, windy Memorial Day, we will see more of the same this week… minus some of the wind. Temperatures have climbed into the low 90s. Winds have been a little out of the southeast and that has tempered temperatures a little from the past couple of days. But the humidity remains high with dewpoints in the upper 60s and low 70s. Average high temperature for this time of year is around 88 degrees.
Despite what seemed like constant flame-thrower heat, August turned out to be only the seventh hottest in North Texas records.
High school football starts tonight in North Texas and temperatures under those Friday Night Lights will be fairly moderate
This morning started off in the low 70s heading to a predicted high of 90 today