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Severe Storms in the North Plains; Critical Fire in the West to Plains; Heavy Rain in the Deep South

A cold front moving across the Northern Tier will produce severe storms. Significantly damaging winds, very large hail, and a couple of tornadoes will be possible, especially in Montana. Widespread critical fire weather conditions are forecast from the Central Great Basin into the High Plains. A broad low pressure system in the South will produce heavy rain with potential for flash flooding. Read More >

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Dallas/Fort Worth - All-Time Greatest 24-Hour Precipitation Totals

Precipitation
Rank Precipitation Date
1 9.57 Sep 4-5, 1932
2 8.81 Apr 24-25, 1922
3 8.11 Sep 21-22, 2018
4 7.44 Sep 20-21, 1900
5 6.99 May 23-24, 1908
6 6.03 May 16-17, 1949
7 5.91 Sep 30-Oct 1, 1959
8 5.85 Sep 3-4, 1943
9 5.75 Sep 7-8, 2010
10 5.40 Aug 17-18, 1915
Snowfall
Rank Snowfall Date
1 12.5 Feb 11-12, 2010
2 12.1 Jan 15-16, 1964
3 8.2 Jan 14-15, 1917
4
(tie)
7.5 Feb 17, 1978
7.5 Feb 25, 1924
6 6.0 Mar 13, 1924
7 5.5 Dec 9, 1898
8
(tie)
5.0 Nov 22, 1937
5.0 Jan 5, 1910
10 4.7 Nov 13, 1976