Our cold front moves through tonight, returning drier air back to North Texas. After one near-normal day Tuesday, strong southerly winds quickly warm up the region into the 60s and 70s mid-week. By Thursday night into Friday, another cold front brings a shot of colder air for the weekend.
If you have liked the past couple days, you'll like what's in store through the weekend. Clouds early, giving way to sun by midday. Gusty south winds will continue to keep humidity levels high. There may be a slight chance of storms late Sunday west of DFW, otherwise it looks like widely scattered storms will return by Tuesday-Wednesday of next week.Read the full article
Thursday Noon Update
Here's a midday update regarding today's forecast!Read the full article
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Forecasters predict 'near-normal' Atlantic hurricane season
The Atlantic hurricane season is off to yet another early start, but U.S. weather officials say it should be a near normal year.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Thursday predicted nine to 15 named storms. It says four to eight of them will become hurricanes and two to four of those would become major hurricanes with 111 mph winds or higher.
Acting NOAA Administrator Neil Jacobs said a current El Nino, a periodic natural warming of the central Pacific that changes weather worldwide, suppresses hurricane activity in the Atlantic. But other forces, including warmer-than-normal seawater, counter that.Read the full article