National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

Here is a map of yesterday's reports of hail that were 3/4 inch or larger. The largest hail report was from Somervell County where hen-egg size hail occurred 6 miles north of Glen Rose. For a detailed listing, go to: https://goo.gl/g89TyB
The cold front and upper level low that moved across the region yesterday brought rain to most, but not all, of North and Central Texas. Parts of the west received no rain while some locations across the north central areas picked up 1/2 to over 1 inch of rain.
It will be partly to mostly sunny and breezy today. Highs will be int he 60s to lower 70s with northwest winds 10 to 20 mph. Some gusts around 25 mph are likely along and north of the I-20 corridor.
After a break in the rain chances on Monday and Tuesday, a cold front will bring chanced for showers and a few storms Tuesday night through Wednesday night. Severe storms are not expected a this time. It will be much cooler on Wednesday following the front's passage with temperatures lingering mostly in the 50s.
Temperatures will be mostly near or below normal this week due to a pair of cold fronts. Tuesday will be the warmest day with highs in the 70s and 80s. Lows will be in the upper 40s and 50s for the next several days.

 
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November

Values in red represent the extremes for the month.

Date Sunrise
(CT)
a.m.
Sunset
(CT)
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 7:46 6:37 73 52 62 88 / 20161 41 / 1951 71 / 2003 31 / 1906 0.12 31.00   1.96 / 1998
2 7:47 6:36 73 51 62 94 / 2017 42 / 1951 74 / 2016 28 / 1991 0.24 31.12 0.6 / 1951 2.75 / 1946
3 7:48 6:35 72 51 62 87 / 1948 43 / 1991 69 / 2003 25 / 1991 0.35 31.23 T / 1936 2.54 / 1964
4 7:49 6:34 72 51 61 90 / 2017 47 / 1991 69 / 2003 25 / 1991 0.47 31.35   1.77 / 1956
5 6:50 5:33 71 50 61 94 / 2017 49 / 1935 70 / 2017 26 / 1991 0.57 31.45   2.14 / 2000
6 6:51 5:33 71 50 61 89 / 1989 47 / 1959 71 / 1924 27 / 1959 0.68 31.56   2.02 / 1918
7 6:52 5:32 71 50 60 88 / 19882 46 / 1938 68 / 20113 28 / 1959 0.78 31.66   3.14 / 1918
8 6:52 5:31 70 49 60 88 / 19804 43 / 2000 70 / 2005 26 / 1991 0.89 31.77 T / 1968 1.99 / 1990
9 6:53 5:30 70 49 59 88 / 2005 44 / 1936 67 / 1985 28 / 19915 0.99 31.87 T / 1948 2.68 / 1937
10 6:54 5:30 69 48 59 86 / 19496 41 / 1950 69 / 1915 26 / 1950 1.09 31.97   2.23 / 2008
11 6:55 5:29 69 48 58 85 / 1911 40 / 19357 68 / 20078 19 / 1950 1.19 32.07 T / 1907 1.68 / 2008
12 6:56 5:28 68 48 58 85 / 19559 39 / 1911 68 / 2007 21 / 1911 1.29 32.17   1.95 / 1914
13 6:57 5:28 68 47 58 85 / 195110 33 / 1986 69 / 199311 21 / 1907 1.38 32.26 4.7 / 1976 2.33 / 1909
14 6:58 5:27 68 47 57 89 / 1989 36 / 197612 69 / 2011 21 / 1916 1.47 32.35 0.5 / 1920 1.82 / 1994
15 6:59 5:26 67 46 57 87 / 196013 40 / 1976 73 / 1955 20 / 1940 1.56 32.44 T / 1997 1.69 / 1985
16 7:00 5:26 67 46 56 87 / 2016 40 / 201414 72 / 1958 24 / 199715 1.64 32.52 T / 2014 3.24 / 1902
17 7:01 5:25 66 46 56 87 / 201316 37 / 1959 74 / 1921 20 / 1959 1.72 32.60   1.71 / 2004
18 7:02 5:25 66 45 56 83 / 1973 38 / 1903 70 / 1985 20 / 1903 1.80 32.68   1.71 / 1964
19 7:02 5:25 65 45 55 87 / 1950 38 / 193717 67 / 1913 20 / 1903 1.88 32.76 T / 1930 2.77 / 1907
20 7:03 5:24 65 44 55 84 / 2007 33 / 1906 70 / 1942 23 / 1937 1.96 32.84 0.1 / 1906 1.34 / 2009
21 7:04 5:24 65 44 54 83 / 196718 40 / 1929 69 / 1913 22 / 1906 2.04 32.92 2.2 / 1929 1.40 / 1916
22 7:05 5:23 64 44 54 89 / 1955 35 / 1937 68 / 193119 23 / 1898 2.11 32.99 5.0 / 1937 1.89 / 1913
23 7:06 5:23 64 43 53 82 / 200520 39 / 1918 66 / 197321 22 / 1975 2.19 33.07 T / 1940 1.66 / 1952
24 7:07 5:23 63 43 53 87 / 196522 37 / 2013 71 / 2010 22 / 1950 2.26 33.14 T / 201323 2.79 / 1944
25 7:08 5:22 63 42 53 88 / 1965 35 / 1993 64 / 1978 23 / 1993 2.33 33.21 0.3 / 1993 1.41 / 1940
26 7:09 5:22 62 42 52 88 / 1965 39 / 1992 69 / 1990 23 / 1993 2.41 33.29 T / 1918 3.06 / 1914
27 7:10 5:22 62 42 52 82 / 1905 39 / 1958 69 / 1960 21 / 1938 2.48 33.36 T / 1918 3.45 / 2015
28 7:10 5:22 62 41 52 81 / 194924 34 / 197625 67 / 1905 24 / 197626 2.56 33.44 T / 200127 1.68 / 1919
29 7:11 5:22 61 41 51 83 / 1927 42 / 1911 67 / 1933 22 / 1976 2.63 33.51 T / 197428 1.21 / 1908
30 7:12 5:22 61 41 51 84 / 1950 36 / 2006 66 / 1922 21 / 1911 2.71 33.59 T / 200629 0.87 / 1921
  66.9 46.2 56.6 <-- Normal --> 2.71  
Also in: 12012, 1945; 21963; 31916, 1915; 41927; 51955; 61934; 71907; 81909; 91951; 101903; 111985; 121959; 131955; 141935; 151932, 1920; 161938; 171903; 181900; 191900; 201921, 1904; 211921; 221910; 231996, 1957; 241926; 251911; 261955; 271995, 1976, 1968, 1952, 1923; 281972; 291955

 

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The period of record is November 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.  Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 a.m. on November 5, 2017.