National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Thanksgiving Day will be off to a chilly start with temperatures mostly in the 30s, but it will warm up quickly through the day with temperatures reaching the 60s and 70s during the afternoon. Otherwise, sunny skies are expected with light winds around 5 mph.
The outlook this weekend through early next week is warm and rain-free with highs in the 70s and lows from the upper 40s to the upper 50s.
With below-normal rainfall over the past several weeks, drought conditions have expanded across North and Central Texas. There is little/no measurable rain expected into at least early next week.
Dry and mostly clear conditions are expected Thursday evening into Friday. It will be chilly with lows in the lower to mid 40s Thursday night. By Friday afternoon, temperatures will be in the low 70s.

 
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Greatest Number by SEASON
Rank # of Days Year
1 62 1977-1978
2 61 1963-1964
3 59 1959-1960
4 58 1964-1965
5 56 1898-1899
6 55 2013-2014
7 53 1911-1912
8
(tie)
51 1983-1984
51 1976-1977
10 49 1978-1979
Least Number by SEASON
Rank # of Days Year
1 11 2016-2017
2
(tie)
14 2011-2012
14 1999-2000
14 1931-1932
14 1930-1931
6 15 1952-1953
7
(tie)
17 2015-2016
17 1992-1993
9 18 1998-1999
10
(tie)
19 1933-1934
19 1907-1908

Greatest number by CALENDAR YEAR
Rank # of Days Year
1 64 1978
2 60 1964
3 59 1960
4 58 1963
5
(tie)
53 1985
53 1905
7
(tie)
51 1937
51 1912
9 50 1924
10 48 1968
Least Number by CALENDAR YEAR
Rank # of Days Year
1 9 1931
2
(tie)
13 1992
13 1933
4 14 2016
5 15 1999
6
(tie)
16 1953
16 1928
16 1921
9
(tie)
18 2006
18 1939