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Some better shower and thunderstorm chances will move into the region on Tuesday, with the highest chances across parts of Central Texas. Locally heavy rainfall will be possible, but widespread flash flood is not anticipated. Chances will decrease the farther north and west you go across our region. High temperatures will be in the mid and upper 80s.
Shower and storm chances will continue on Wednesday, with the highest values east of I-35/35E. Once again, locally heavy rainfall will be possible with any stronger storms. High temperatures will be in the low to uppe r80s on Wednesday.

 
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Dallas/Fort Worth - Consecutive Days Without Measurable Precipitation

Rank # of Days Dates
1 84 Jul 1 - Sep 22, 2000
2
(tie)
58 Nov 4 - Dec 31, 1950
58 May 25 - Jul 21, 1934
4 56 Jul 11 - Sep 4, 1999
5 54 Oct 7 - Nov 29, 1955
6 52 Dec 12, 1985 - Feb 1, 1986
7 48 Sep 20 - Nov 6, 1924
8 46 Jun 13 - Jul 28, 1974
9 45 Jun 8 - Jul 22, 1978
10 44 Dec 7, 1922 - Jan 19, 1923

 

Dallas/Fort Worth - Consecutive Days Without Any Precipitation

Rank # of Days Dates
1 55 Jul 30 - Sep 22, 2000
2 45 Jun 8 - Jul 22, 1978
3 41 Jul 9 - Aug 18, 2015
4 40 Nov 1 - Dec 10, 1903
5
(tie)
39 Jun 26 - Aug 3, 1993
39 Oct 9 - Nov 16, 1917
7 33 Jul 11 - Aug 12, 1999
8 32 Feb 12 - Mar 14, 1972
9 31 Jul 6 - Aug 5, 2006
10
(tie)
30 Jul 6 - Aug 4, 1998
30 Sep 22 - Oct 21, 1975