A Few More Storms In The Forecast, Then We Dry Out Through The Weekend

Dan Brounoff
July 11, 2019 - 7:33 am

A few more storms in your forecast today, (especially west of I-35W), but nothing like yesterday. Then we dry out tomorrow through the weekend.

A different story for our friends and family in LA, MS and AL. We should have a named storm (Barry) in the northern Gulf in the next 24 hours. Little or no impacts expected in north Texas through early next week.

  • Heat Advisory GONE…for now.
  • Scattered ‘peak heating’ storms today.
  • Slight lower humidity through tomorrow.
  • Tropical system…little or no impacts for DFW.
  • Near normal temperatures through the weekend!
  • Yest Rain: 0.70”; July Rain: 0.77”; Deficit: 0.13”


Yesterday: High: 98; Low: 73; 2019 Rain: 24.68”; Surplus: 3.74”  

Normals: High: 95; Low: 75 - Record high: 107 (1980); Low: 59 (1905)


Today: Partly cloudy and hot. Slightly lower humidity. Isolated late day storms.  High: Mid 90s. Heat index: 99-102. Wind: N 5-10 mph.

Tonight: Mostly clear. Lower humidity. Low: Low 70s. Wind: N 5-15 mph.

Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, hot and humid. High: Mid 90s.

Weekend: Partly cloudy, warm and breezy. Scattered storms Sunday (East of 75 and I-45). Highs: Low to mid 90s

Monday: Partly cloudy and warm. Scattered storms east. High: Low 90s.

Tues & Wed: Mostly sunny. Heating up! Highs: Upper 90s.