National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Light winds and relative humidity values near 100 percent in the vicinity of a slow-moving warm front have caused visibilities to drop. A Dense Fog Advisory has therefore been issues for the gray- shaded area, where visibilities will occasionally fall to a quarter mile or less. Conditions should improve early Saturday morning as an upper level disturbance approaches ans scattered showers develop. The Advisory may be adjusted depending on the movement of the front.
There will be a threat for strong to severe storms starting Saturday morning as a line develops across our western counties. The initial threat will be from large hail, but as the line moves east and encounters increasing surface-based instability with a little surface heating, the threat for damaging winds and even a few tornadoes will increase.
A Flood Watch is in effect through noon Saturday for much of North Texas. Additional rainfall accumulations of one to three inches can be expected through Saturday morning, with locally higher amounts possible. Soils are saturated across North Texas, and any additional rainfall will result in rapid runoff, likely leading to flooding.
A line of showers and thunderstorms is expected to develop Saturday morning out west and march eastward across the area into the afternoon and early-evening hours. Best chance for severe weather will be to the northwest during the morning hours and will shift to the eastern counties in the afternoon and evening.
Join us to our next SKYWARN Class on Saturday February 24th from 9 AM through 4 PM in Denton, TX. . We will host both Basic and Advanced classes at the Texas Woman's University (Margo Jones Performance Hall). Classes are FREE and there is no registration needed. We will see you there!

 
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Dallas/Fort Worth - Earliest and Latest 100° Days         Click Here for Waco

 

Average Date of...
  • First 100° Day - July 1
  • Last 100° Day - August 26

 

Earliest First Occurrence
Rank Date Temperature
1 Mar 9, 1911 100
2 Mar 21, 1916 100
3 Apr 17, 2006 101
4 Apr 18, 1925 100
5 May 4, 1947 100
6 May 6, 1998 100
7 May 27, 1928 103
8 May 28, 1927 107
9
(tie)
May 30, 1985 103
May 30, 2003 100

 

Latest Last Occurrence
Rank Date Temperature
1 Oct 3, 1951 106
2
(tie)
Oct 1, 1979 102
Oct 1, 1938 101
4 Sep 29, 2011 101
5
(tie)
Sep 28, 1953 105
Sep 28, 2005 104
7 Sep 27, 1977 101
8 Sep 25, 1931 100
9
(tie)
Sep 20, 2016 100
Sep 20, 1954 100
Sep 20, 1937 100

 

Latest First Occurrence
Rank Date Temperature
1
(tie)
1973 none
1906 none
3 Aug 23, 1989 101
4 Aug 19, 1905 102
5 Aug 16, 1903 100
6 Aug 11, 2007 100
7 Aug 10, 1992 100
8 Aug 8, 1968 100
9
(tie)
Aug 7, 1919 100
Aug 7, 1908 100
Earliest Last Occurrence
Rank Date Temperature
1 May 30, 1928 101
2 Jul 12, 1904 103
3 Jul 14, 1933 104
4 Jul 16, 2004 100
5 Jul 22, 1971 100
6 Jul 25, 2002 100
7
(tie)
Aug 1, 1920 100
Aug 1, 1914 100
9 Aug 3, 1912 102
10 Aug 4, 1961 100