By Jeff Ray


Fall starts tomorrow night. The weather pattern seems to know:

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It was a near perfect morning but by afternoon above-normal highs will be across north Texas. Its the last full day of summer and it’ll feel like it:

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Note that 20% chance of storms. At 4pm they’ll be over the Red River counties but move into the Metroplex by evening. This is because a cold front arrives to usher in some fall-like weather:

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This is the driest start to a September in 30 years at DFW. Rain is needed but rain chances remain modest tonight:

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The front will lower dew points considerably. They’ll be in the mid-to-upper 60’s this afternoon but fall down to the mid-40’s by daybreak tomorrow:

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We’ll enjoy highs in the 80’s this work week with nothing that looks like 90° on the horizon. Fall indeed. Looks like great weather for the start of the State Fair of Texas:

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