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Southwest Monsoon Flooding

Monsoonal conditions in the Southwest will lead to threats of flash flooding through the weekend. Severe thunderstorms will be possible through Friday night in the northern tier of the country and Saturday afternoon in the vicinity of the Southern Great Lakes. Warm conditions have prompted Heat Advisories for portions of the Midwest and ArkLaMiss this weekend. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sat, Jul. 24, 2021 at 12:09:37 am CDT

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Tonight will be seasonably warm and humid with lows in the mid 70s. Skies will be mostly clear with a light south wind. No rain is expected overnight.
Hot and dry conditions, more typical of late July, return to North and Central Texas this weekend and into early next week. Afternoon high temperatures will soar into the mid 90s to low 100s with heat index values approaching 105 degrees in several areas. Make sure you stay safe in the heat if you plan to spend any amount of time outdoors. Take frequent breaks in the shade or air-conditioning, stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water, bring pets indoors or provide shade and plenty of water, and NEVER leave kids or pets unattended in vehicles.
While both DFW and Waco have spent nearly the whole month of July below normal, that will change during the final week of the month. High temperatures are expected to climb to near or above normal with some of the first 100s of the season possible before the end of July.
It's going to heat up by this weekend through the next few weeks. Temperatures will be at or even above normal with high humidity, more typical of our late Summers across Central and North Texas. Stay safe, hydrated, and have a great Summer!

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