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Strong Thunderstorms in the High Plains; Heavy Rain in the East; Dangerous Heat Returning to the West

Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible across portions of the northern/central High Plains Friday. Damaging winds and isolated large hail are the primary hazards. Rounds of heavy rainfall will likely lead to instances of flash flooding across the eastern Mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, dangerous heat returns to the Western U.S. this weekend. Read More >

Dallas/Fort Worth Climatology


  • Climate Narrative
    A brief overview of the climate in North Texas. 

  • Daily Summary (CLIDFW)
    High, low, and average temperature, precipitation, snowfall, heating and cooling degree days, wind data, sky cover data, relative humidity, sunrise/sunset, and more! 

  • Record Report (RERDFW)
    A statement with information about tied/broken daily records for max/min temperatures, precipitation, and snowfall. 

  • Previous Month's Summary (CLMDFW)
    A detailed look at the previous month's temperature, precipitation, snowfall, degree days, and other data. 


  • Climatological details of each month back to 2002. 
     

     

  • Current Month-to-Date Summary
    A report of daily highs, lows, precipitation, average wind speed, heating and cooling degree days, as well as a running total of precipitation, average high, average low, average monthly temperature, and total degree days. 

  • Normals, Means, and Extremes
    Normals and records are displayed together on monthly and annual tabs. 

  • Top 10 Lists - Monthly/Annual and Seasonal
    The warmest, coolest, wettest, driest, and snowiest are ranked. 


  • Extremes and other climate tidbits for selected holidays. 

     

 

100° Day Records

Freeze Records

Miscellaneous Records