North Texas has its lowest high temperature on record for the day as a cool front kept it in the 50s on Friday.
The previous record low high temperature for May 10 was 63 degrees – DFW Airport only reached 57 degrees on Friday, bringing sweater weather back at a time of year when people are usually in shorts.
Several outdoor activities were planned to get people outside enjoying the Texas spring weather -- but those who showed up brought out their blankets and fall coats.
Spectators at the AT&T Byron Nelson bundled up in coats and jackets to watch Friday’s second round. Even those in the tournament, including Tony Romo and Jordan Spieth, had to bundle up during play.
Festivalgoers at KAABOO Texas at AT&T Stadium showed up in full festival attire, despite the cooler temperatures.
“Raincoat, that’s about it,” said Erin Kuenzel. “It’s all about the layers, all about the layers.”
“You’re in Texas, it doesn’t really matter. It can be 81 one day and 41 the next,” said Brent Gallagher.
For those who can’t brave the cooler temperatures as it gets even colder into the evening, the festival does have both indoor and outdoor music stages and activities. Headlining acts like The Killers, Kid Rock and Sting will all be on the stage inside AT&T Stadium.
Temperatures on Saturday should be a bit warmer, climbing into the upper 60s for a high. There is a forecast of rain overnight and into Saturday morning for most of North Texas.
Mother’s Day should be sunny and warm, with highs in the upper 70s.