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Disturbance Along North Carolina Coast; Severe Storms in the Central U.S.; Widespread Heat Concerns

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring an area of low pressure just offshore of North Carolina for tropical or subtropical development. Heavy rain, flooding and gusty winds are possible along coastal sections of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast the next few days. Severe storms are likely today in the Central U.S. and heat related products extend from the Southwest into parts of the East. Read More >

Dallas/Fort Worth - Monthly Pressure Records

 

All-Time Pressure Extremes for Dallas/Fort Worth (Since September 1, 1898)

  • Highest - 31.06" on December 24, 1983 (severe arctic outbreak)
  • Lowest - 28.94" on September 12, 1961 (remnants of Hurricane Carla)


 

Month Highest (in.) / Year Lowest (in.) / Year
January 31.05 / 1962 29.29 / 1996
February 31.00 / 1899 28.97 / 1960
March 30.77 / 1996 29.23 / 1984
April 30.74 / 1940 29.14 / 1953
May 30.50 / 1906 29.25 / 1973
June 30.32 / 1979 29.37 / 1974
July 30.31 / 1972 29.54 / 1926
August 30.31 / 2003 29.48 / 1915
September 30.47 / 1981 28.94 / 1961
October 30.70 / 2008 29.32 / 2010
November 30.84 / 1986 29.33 / 2006
December 31.06 / 1983 29.31 / 1971

 

Note: The above pressures are corrected to sea level.