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Two more fronts will sweep across North and Central Texas this week resulting in a little bit of a temperature roller coaster. The first front will arrive later Monday afternoon and evening, and the second front arrives Thursday night. There are low rain chances across East and Central Texas on Friday, but otherwise the week will be dry and (mostly) sunny.
A powerful jet stream will allow Canadian air to spill south, reaching Texas late in the week. Friday and Saturday will be the coolest days so far this season with chilly north winds. Morning low temperatures this weekend will be in the 30s and 40s. When the winds subside Saturday night, frost may develop.
There is a good chance for temperatures to be below-normal at the end of October and for the start of November. This could potentially mean a cooler than normal Halloween with temperatures in the 60s possible.

 
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Dallas/Fort Worth - All-Time Maximum and Minimum Temperatures

Highest Maximum
Rank Temperature Date
1
(tie)
113 Jun 27, 1980
113 Jun 26, 1980
3
(tie)
112 Jun 28, 1980
112 Aug 11, 1936
112 Aug 18, 1909
6 111 Sep 4, 2000
7
(tie)
110 Aug 2, 2011
110 Jul 12, 1998
110 Jul 18, 1980
110 Jul 2, 1980
110 Aug 16, 1943
110 Aug 10, 1936
Lowest Minimum
Rank Temperature Date Weather Snow Cover
1 -8 Feb 12, 1899 Clear 1"
2 -2 Jan 31, 1949 Dense Fog 3"
3
(tie)
-1 Dec 23, 1989 Clear none
-1 Jan 18, 1930 Clear T
5
(tie)
1 Jan 12, 1912 Cloudy T
1 Feb 13, 1905 Clear T
7
(tie)
2 Feb 8, 1933 Clear 0.3"
2 Jan 17, 1930 Cloudy T
9 3 Dec 22, 1989 Clear none
10
(tie)
4 Jan 14, 1964 Clear none
4 Jan 4, 1947 Partly Cloudy 0.5"
4 Jan 12, 1918 Partly Cloudy 2"
4 Jan 11, 1918 Cloudy 2"
4 Jan 3, 1911 Clear none
4 Feb 13, 1899 Clear 1"