We hit 100° at the official weather reporting site of the Metroplex, DFW Airport: Its the first time this year we slipped into the triple mark. It actually hit 99° SIX times at the airport […]
We are in the midst of the longest dry spell we’ve had all year, 17 days since the last rain at DFW. All our rain came before May 31st. It’s been sparse since: We’ve had […]
We drift upwards from “slightly above normal” to “HOT” this weekend and early next work week: A 100° day in the forecast at DFW for tomorrow.. not the first time this season we’ve forecast that […]
It’s that time of year when we suffer the heat here in north Texas. We hit 99° today (and yesterday) making for the hottest weekend yet. Tomorrow? Likely the first 100° day of the year: […]
It was a nice start to summer after our wet spring. But now comes the full heat of July: We shouldn’t be surprised by any of this, we have now entered our hottest period of […]
The July heat has set in. This looks to the be the hottest weekend of the year so far: Sunday could be our first 100° of the year, its been eight years since we’ve gone […]
It’s about to be one the hottest week so far in 2015 and residents of one Mesquite apartment complex are sweating it out while living without air conditioning.
Did you know that this is the coolest start to summer in the last eight years? Since the record year of 2011 we’ve had less and less summer heat four years in a row. This is […]
The rainstorms on July 8 were history making. It’s officially been the wettest year in North Texas to date – but experts say we probably won’t keep the record.
The extended drought that Texas was in had weakened the trees. Then, with all the recent rain we had received, the trees became heavy and saturated — and toppled over.
The holiday weekend ended with dry conditions, as high pressure kept storms to the east. The same high pressure system will dominate the Texas weather pattern on Monday.
Get out and enjoy the fireworks tonight. The only storm chance is along the Red River and well northeast of the Metroplex: July and August is the driest run of weather typically here in north […]