September 2019 Hottest And Driest On Record

Dan Brounoff
September 30, 2019 - 7:51 am

September 2019 will end as the hottest and driest (TRACE) on Record (old 0.06") at DFW.

October will start hot and dry with highs in the 90s. By Thursday, I'm still sticking to my guns that our first cold front will make a brief appearance for about 36 hours.

Some of you lucky ones will see some light bouts of rain, while others remain dry. By Friday, this front will lift back to the north, putting us back into the warm sector. Highs are back near 90 this weekend.

By this time NEXT week, all data (this time) shows another stronger front plowing through the area and possibly making it all the way to the Texas coast. This front may drop morning temperatures into the 50s with highs in the 70s!

  • Yesterday: High: 95; Low: 78; 2019 Rain: 27.13”; Surplus: 0.54”  
  • Normals: High: 83; Low: 62 - Record high: 98 (1977); Low: 43 (1984)


  • Today: Partly cloudy and hot. High: Mid 90s. Wind: So. 10-20 mph.
  • Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low: Mid 70s. Wind: So. 10-20 mph.
  • Tomorrow and Wednesday: Partly cloudy, continued hot. High: Low to mid 90s. Wind: So. 10-15 mph
  • Thursday: Increasing clouds with a few showers. A brief cool front. Windy and cooler. High: Low 80s.
  • Friday: Mostly sunny, a rapid warmup! High: Near 90.
  • Weekend: Partly cloudy and hot. High: Near 90.