National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

It will be mostly cloudy Sunday with a chance of showers and thunderstorms ahead of a dryline and cold front. Highs will be in the mid 60s to lower 70s. South winds 10 to 20 mph will shift to the southwest late morning through the afternoon as the dryline moves east. The dryline should be near/or just east of the I-35 corridor by early afternoon and a few storms ahead of the dryline could produce some gusty winds. Skies will start to clear behind the dryline.
Mild and sunny conditions are expected next week. Highs will start out in the mid 50s to lower 60s on Monday, with a slow but steady warming trend expected through the week. By Friday, highs will be in the low to mid 60s for most areas in North and Central Texas. These temperatures will be near to slightly above normal for this time of the year. Rain chances are expected to be very low next week, with generally sunny conditions expected.

 
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April

Values in red represent the extremes for the month.

Date Sunrise
(CDT)
a.m.
Sunset
(CDT)
p.m.
Temperature (°F) Precipitation (in.)
Normal Maximum Minimum Month to
Date
Year to
Date
Record
Snowfall
Record
Precipitation
Max Min Avg Highest Lowest Highest Lowest
1 7:16 7:48 73 51 62 93 / 1918 53 / 1915 71 / 1956 31 / 1899 0.10 8.38   2.51 / 1916
2 7:15 7:49 73 51 62 94 / 1918 50 / 1936 71 / 2014 32 / 1936 0.19 8.47   2.14 / 2017
3 7:13 7:50 73 51 62 95 / 1989 55 / 20131 69 / 1934 30 / 1987 0.28 8.56   4.40 / 1922
4 7:12 7:51 74 52 63 94 / 1940 48 / 1920 68 / 1929 31 / 1920 0.36 8.64   2.45 / 1997
5 7:11 7:51 74 52 63 89 / 19352 47 / 1996 69 / 20103 32 / 1920 0.45 8.73   2.16 / 1918
6 7:10 7:52 74 52 63 95 / 1960 46 / 1899 69 / 20014 35 / 1994 0.54 8.82   1.90 / 1940
7 7:08 7:53 74 52 63 97 / 1930 44 / 2007 70 / 20155 31 / 1971 0.63 8.91 T / 20076 3.18 / 2002
8 7:07 7:53 75 53 64 93 / 19917 40 / 1938 70 / 2001 32 / 1938 0.72 9.00 T / 1938 2.23 / 2012
9 7:06 7:54 75 53 64 97 / 1963 48 / 1928 69 / 20138 30 / 1914 0.81 9.09   0.77 / 1926
10 7:04 7:55 75 53 64 98 / 1963 51 / 1982 71 / 1994 30 / 1973 0.89 9.17   1.01 / 1995
11 7:03 7:56 75 53 64 96 / 1948 52 / 2004 70 / 1972 29 / 1989 0.98 9.26   1.38 / 1991
12 7:02 7:56 76 54 65 95 / 1972 48 / 1940 70 / 19729 31 / 195710 1.06 9.34   1.03 / 1969
13 7:01 7:57 76 54 65 93 / 197211 42 / 1957 72 / 1922 30 / 1957 1.14 9.42   2.18 / 1918
14 7:00 7:58 76 54 65 91 / 1951 55 / 2007 72 / 2012 35 / 199712 1.22 9.50 T / 1928 1.40 / 1990
15 6:58 7:58 76 55 65 93 / 1940 57 / 1911 69 / 2013 33 / 1928 1.31 9.59   1.71 / 1899
16 6:57 7:59 77 55 66 95 / 2006 52 / 1947 73 / 1967 36 / 196113 1.40 9.68   1.71 / 2002
17 6:56 8:00 77 55 66 101 / 2006 52 / 1901 72 / 2013 35 / 1921 1.50 9.78   1.60 / 201614
18 6:55 8:01 77 55 66 100 / 1925 52 / 1905 71 / 2006 36 / 1901 1.60 9.88   1.32 / 1935
19 6:54 8:01 77 56 66 93 / 1996 58 / 1907 72 / 200015 36 / 1953 1.71 9.99   3.67 / 1942
20 6:52 8:02 77 56 67 94 / 1925 53 / 1983 72 / 197216 40 / 1953 1.82 10.10   1.52 / 1942
21 6:51 8:03 78 56 67 95 / 1955 49 / 1899 72 / 1973 39 / 1918 1.94 10.22   2.21 / 1926
22 6:50 8:03 78 57 67 94 / 1963 56 / 1927 73 / 2011 39 / 1927 2.05 10.33   2.03 / 1962
23 6:49 8:04 78 57 68 90 / 1934 57 / 1931 73 / 201117 41 / 201318 2.17 10.45   2.31 / 1953
24 6:48 8:05 78 57 68 91 / 198419 55 / 1927 76 / 1925 37 / 2013 2.30 10.58   2.16 / 1914
25 6:47 8:06 78 58 68 91 / 192520 58 / 199721 70 / 1975 33 / 1910 2.42 10.70   8.56 / 1922
26 6:46 8:06 79 58 68 90 / 1955 55 / 1997 73 / 1975 39 / 1910 2.55 10.83   4.55 / 1957
27 6:45 8:07 79 58 69 92 / 1987 60 / 199722 74 / 1975 44 / 1920 2.68 10.96   2.69 / 1914
28 6:44 8:08 79 59 69 93 / 1989 59 / 2015 74 / 1970 42 / 1979 2.81 11.09   2.04 / 1940
29 6:43 8:09 79 59 69 97 / 1909 61 / 1925 73 / 1970 41 / 1908 2.94 11.22   2.76 / 1966
30 6:42 8:09 80 59 69 95 / 1928 52 / 1907 72 / 201223 35 / 1903 3.07 11.35   1.85 / 1905
  76.3 54.8 65.5 <-- Normal --> 3.07  
Also in: 11979; 21930; 32001; 41954, 1929; 51929, 1922; 61938, 1928; 71930; 82011, 1967, 1927; 91967; 101940; 111936; 121959; 131905; 141908; 151972, 1925; 161961; 171925; 181907; 191950, 1901; 201902; 211947; 221916; 232002, 1983

 

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The period of record is April 1899 to present.
(The official climate record for Dallas/Fort Worth began September 1, 1898.)
Normals are based on data from the years 1981-2010.
Sunrise/sunset times are for 2018.