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Isolated to scattered severe storms are possible late Sunday afternoon through Sunday night with the higher threat for severe storms north of Interstate 20. South of this area extending through Central Texas and into East Texas, only isolated coverage of storms is expected. The main threats with any severe storms will be large hail and damaging winds, but a tornado or two is possible. Elevated fire weather conditions will exist behind the dryline due to breezy winds and low humidity.
After a noticeably cooler morning, temperatures will reach the 70s this afternoon. Abundant sunshine will prevail although there will be a few clouds across Northeast and East Texas. Breezy northwest winds will gradually subside this afternoon.
A potent storm system will impact the region during the middle of next week. Showers and thunderstorms will approach from West Texas late Tuesday, with widespread heavy rainfall expected during the day Wednesday. This will likely be the most significant widespread rain event in many weeks. Severe weather will be possible, but flooding issues will be the greater concern. Rain chances will diminish on Thursday.
We will host the LAST SKYWARN class of the year this Monday, March 27th, from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at the Somervell County Fire Department in Glen Rose, Texas. You do NOT have to be a resident of Somervell County to attend. Classes are FREE with no registration required. If you want to become a SKYWARN spotter and do your part to help the NWS Fort Worth and other local agencies and jurisdictions during severe weather, you'll definitely want to attend.

 
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Dallas/Fort Worth Climatology


  • Climate Narrative
    A brief overview of the type of climate in North Texas.

  • Daily Summary (CLIDFW)
    High, low, and average temperature, precipitation, snowfall, heating and cooling degree days, wind data, sky cover data, relative humidity, sunrise/sunset, and more!

  • Record Report (RERDFW)
    A statement with information about tied/broken daily records for max/min temperatures, precipitation, and snowfall.

  • Previous Month's Climate Data (CLMDFW)
    A detailed look at the previous month's temperature, precipitation, snowfall, degree days, and other data.

  • Current Month-to-Date Summary
    A report of daily highs, lows, precipitation, average wind speed, heating and cooling degree days, as well as a running total of precipitation, average high, average low, average monthly temperature, and total degree days. 

      

Normals, means, and extremes for each month and the year as a whole.
 

Climatological details of each month back to 2002.
 

Warmest/Coldest/Wettest/Driest for each month.
 

Warmest/Coldest/Wettest/Driest for each season.
 

Extremes and other climate tidbits for selected holidays.

 


100° Day Records

Freeze Records

Miscellaneous Records