Summer Holds Its Grip Over North Texas

Dan Brounoff
August 29, 2019 - 7:33 am
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Not much going on here in our neck of the woods over the next 7 to 10 days, as the last few weeks of Summer hold its grip over north Texas.

A different story in Florida into late Sunday through at least Labor Day. I'll be following what is slowly becoming “Dangerous Dorian”.

  • A few late day storms through Saturday.
  • Near normal temperatures through Labor Day.
  • Dry and hot next week.
  • Hurricane Dorain. Landfall in Florida Labor Day.
  • Possibly a Cat 4 with wind over 130mph.
  • Yest Rain: 0.00”; August Rain: 1.26”; Deficit: 0.40”

 
Yesterday: High: 94; Low: 74; 2019 Rain: 25.95”; Surplus: 2.09”  
Normals: High: 94; Low: 73 - Record high: 105 (1951); Low: 60 (1943)


**NOTE: Heat index..Add 5-7 degrees to high temperatures.** 

Today: Mostly sunny and hot. An isolated peak heating storm. High: Mid 90s. Wind: SE 5-10 mph.
 
Tonight: Partly cloudy and humid. Low: Mid 70s. Wind: SSE 5-10 mph.
 
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny and hot. An isolated peak heating storm. High: Mid 90s. Wind: SE 5 mph.

Labor Day Weekend: Partly cloudy, hot and humid. An isolated peak heating storm Saturday. Highs: Low to mid 90s.

Tuesday & Wed: Mostly sunny and hot. High: Mid to upper 90s.