National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Here are your weather headlines for North and Central TX for the upcoming week (2/19-2/22).
Rain and thunderstorms are expected to develop tonight across West Texas and into the Texas Hill Country. These storms will track northeast across North and Central Texas tonight and Tuesday morning. Widespread rainfall accumulations of one to two inches are expected through late Tuesday morning, with isolated pockets of more than three inches of rain possible. Additional rain and thunderstorms are expected to develop Tuesday afternoon.
Showers and thundestorms associated with an upper level trough and an approaching cold front will be on the increase over the next few days. Abundant Gulf moisture will be in place through Wednesday night, which will lead to lovcally heavy rain and possible flooding. A Flood Watch has been issued for areas generally along and east of a line from Sherman to Fort Worth to Waco. The Watch is in effect from Tuesday morning through Wednesday night.
Join us Tuesday, February 20th, for our SKYWARN class in Cooper, Texas (Delta County) at the Delta County Civic Center. We will be hosting the basic session from 6 PM to 8PM. All SKYWARN classes are free and open to all ages. No registration is required!
Join us Tuesday, February 20th, for our SKYWARN class in Glen Rose, Texas (Somervell County) at the Somervell County Fire Department. We will be hosting the basic session from 630 PM to 830PM. All SKYWARN classes are free and open to all ages. No registration is required!

 
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December

Values in red represent the extremes for the month.

Date Sunrise
(CST)
a.m.
Sunset
(CST)
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 7:13 5:21 61 40 50 83 / 20121 39 / 1985 64 / 20122 24 / 1985 0.08 33.67   2.24 / 1914
2 7:14 5:21 60 40 50 83 / 2012 34 / 1985 66 / 2012 19 / 1985 0.16 33.75 T / 20093 2.53 / 1913
3 7:15 5:21 60 40 50 89 / 2005 38 / 1919 66 / 1922 21 / 1929 0.25 33.84 T / 19194 1.48 / 1998
4 7:16 5:21 60 39 49 84 / 2017 36 / 1904 64 / 2001 22 / 2006 0.33 33.92 0.5 / 1902 1.69 / 1930
5 7:16 5:21 59 39 49 81 / 1951 37 / 19095 65 / 2001 18 / 1950 0.41 34.00 0.1 / 2013 1.41 / 1943
6 7:17 5:21 59 39 49 84 / 1966 29 / 1950 66 / 1966 11 / 1950 0.50 34.09 2.0 / 2013 1.85 / 1911
7 7:18 5:22 59 39 49 84 / 2007 26 / 2013 68 / 1966 10 / 1950 0.59 34.18 T / 20056 1.31 / 1997
8 7:19 5:22 58 38 48 80 / 1977 29 / 1917 64 / 1918 13 / 1917 0.68 34.27 0.2 / 1901 1.48 / 1971
9 7:19 5:22 58 38 48 79 / 1906 24 / 1898 63 / 1946 15 / 2005 0.77 34.36 5.5 / 1898 2.38 / 1971
10 7:20 5:22 58 38 48 84 / 1938 30 / 1898 64 / 1965 11 / 1898 0.86 34.45 1.4 / 1972 1.13 / 1998
11 7:21 5:22 58 38 48 80 / 19967 33 / 1898 64 / 1929 20 / 1914 0.94 34.53 1.4 / 1986 1.98 / 1946
12 7:22 5:22 57 37 47 83 / 1973 25 / 1932 70 / 2015 18 / 19898 1.02 34.61 0.3 / 1986 1.78 / 1905
13 7:22 5:23 57 37 47 83 / 1933 28 / 1919 63 / 1929 14 / 1917 1.11 34.70 0.6 / 2000 1.40 / 1992
14 7:23 5:23 57 37 47 80 / 1995 28 / 1901 68 / 1948 14 / 1901 1.19 34.78 0.1 / 1901 1.67 / 1992
15 7:24 5:23 57 37 47 83 / 1908 28 / 1901 65 / 1948 9 / 1901 1.28 34.87 2.8 / 1932 1.35 / 1959
16 7:24 5:24 57 37 47 83 / 1908 27 / 1989 69 / 1924 12 / 1989 1.36 34.95 2.0 / 1983 3.39 / 1928
17 7:25 5:24 56 37 47 81 / 1908 35 / 19899 65 / 1908 14 / 1932 1.44 35.03 T / 201610 1.91 / 1984
18 7:25 5:25 56 36 46 81 / 198011 23 / 1909 60 / 2002 15 / 1964 1.52 35.11 2.0 / 192412 1.65 / 1898
19 7:26 5:25 56 36 46 78 / 2012 17 / 1924 56 / 1962 7 / 1924 1.60 35.19 1.0 / 1909 2.95 / 2017
20 7:26 5:25 56 36 46 79 / 2010 24 / 1924 62 / 1949 8 / 1924 1.69 35.28 T / 196313 4.22 / 1991
21 7:27 5:26 56 36 46 85 / 2010 26 / 1916 57 / 197914 10 / 1983 1.77 35.36 2.8 / 1927 1.88 / 1907
22 7:27 5:26 56 36 46 81 / 1964 14 / 1989 57 / 1982 3 / 1989 1.86 35.45 2.0 / 1963 0.95 / 1937
23 7:28 5:27 56 36 46 81 / 196415 19 / 1983 60 / 1982 -1 / 1989 1.94 35.53 T / 199816 2.18 / 1932
24 7:28 5:28 56 36 46 88 / 1955 13 / 1983 54 / 2016 7 / 1983 2.03 35.62 3.0 / 2009 1.41 / 1975
25 7:29 5:28 56 36 46 80 / 2016 18 / 1983 69 / 2016 6 / 1983 2.11 35.70 2.0 / 1926 1.94 / 2000
26 7:29 5:29 56 36 46 83 / 2008 29 / 1983 65 / 2008 16 / 1983 2.19 35.78 T / 199717 1.35 / 1940
27 7:30 5:29 56 36 46 82 / 2005 31 / 1983 60 / 1946 19 / 192518 2.26 35.85 T / 200019 1.79 / 2015
28 7:30 5:30 56 36 46 83 / 2016 27 / 1925 67 / 1984 11 / 1924 2.34 35.93 1.5 / 1915 0.91 / 1937
29 7:30 5:31 56 36 46 81 / 1923 24 / 1917 66 / 1992 10 / 1983 2.41 36.00 0.2 / 2009 1.90 / 2006
30 7:30 5:31 56 35 45 90 / 1951 26 / 1990 68 / 1992 7 / 1983 2.48 36.07 0.3 / 1958 1.25 / 1933
31 7:31 5:32 56 35 45 85 / 1951 25 / 1946 63 / 1951 13 / 199020 2.55 36.14 2.6 / 1946 1.55 / 1984
  57.1 37.1 47.1 <-- Normal --> 2.55  
Also in: 11950; 21982, 1933; 31919; 41902; 51904; 61989, 1954, 1942; 71938; 81932; 91901; 101996, 1914; 111977; 121909; 131929; 141941; 151955; 161990, 1983, 1962; 171974, 1948; 181904; 191988, 1987, 1983, 1967, 1966, 1942, 1930, 1916, 1915; 201976

 

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The period of record is December 1898 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 2017.