Heat Advisories Gone For Now, Storm Chances Return

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By NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

The heat advisories are gone for now as our weather pattern slowly changes for the better over the next 7-14 days!

Some heat, some rain, more heat, some storms, a brief cool down, a bit more heat, more storms and possibly some refreshing air towards Labor Day weekend.

Patience is a virtue, even when dealing with weather changes especially this time of the year.

Happy Thursday! Another hot day is expected with high temperatures in the mid to upper 90s with only a few locations hitting 100 degrees. An isolated shower or thunderstorm will be possible for areas north of Highway 380 today and tonight. #txwx #ctxwx #dfwwx pic.twitter.com/9ZrsNVGlI9

— NWS Fort Worth (@NWSFortWorth) August 22, 2019
  • We underachieved yesterday! 99 degrees!
  • Heat Advisories GONE…for now.
  • Slight storm chance NORTH of DFW Friday-Sun mornings.
  • Cooling down with rain by next Tuesday now.
  • Yest Rain: 0.00”; August Rain: 0.72”; Deficit: 0.45”

 Yesterday: High: 99; Low: 78; 2019 Rain: 25.41”; Surplus: 2.04”  Normals: High: 96; Low: 75 - Record high: 105 (2010); Low: 61 (1956)

Today: Mostly sunny and hot. High: Upper 90s. Heat index near 103. Wind: South 5-10 mph. Tonight: Mostly clear and muggy. Low: Near 80. Wind: SSE 5-10 mph. Tomorrow: Morning rain (I-20 north), then partly cloudy, High: Upper 90s. Heat index near 102. Wind: South 5-10 mph.

Weekend: Morning rain (I-20 north), partly cloudy and hot. Slight chance for an afternoon storm. Highs: Mid to upper 90s.

Monday: Mostly sunny and hot. High: Near 100.

Tuesday: Chance of showers and storms. Cooler. Low 90s.

Wednesday. Partly cloudy and hot. High: Mid to upper 90s.