Summer Preview Ahead, Heat Index Values Near 100

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By NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
Not much going on in the weather world over the next 7 days as high pressure builds over the area. Daytime highs will creep up into the middle nineties starting tomorrow through the weekend, with heat index values slightly above 100゚.

Happy Wednesday! While most of North & Central TX will remain rain-free, isolated showers and thunderstorms across East TX this afternoon may produce gusty winds and brief heavy rain. Otherwise skies will be partly cloudy with highs in the low 90s. #txwx #dfwwx #ctxwx

— NWS Fort Worth (@NWSFortWorth) June 3, 2020

I will also be watching tropical storm Cristobal through the weekend. As of now, no major impacts will be felt in north Texas - however, this will change if it's track gets shifted farther to the west. 

Tue evening June 2: TS #Cristobal and a #CAG will continue to produce heavy rain over portions of southern Mexico & northern Central America through Saturday, with the highest additional rain amounts inside the red area. Life-threatening flash flooding and mudslides are possible.

— NHC_TAFB (@NHC_TAFB) June 2, 2020


  • Rain chances are gone for a while.
  • Heating up today through the weekend.
  • Heat index values near 100.
  • Monitoring tropical Storm Cristobal’s path into early next week. 

*Yest Rain: Trace; *Yest High: 90; Low: 71

*Today’s Averages: High: 89; Low: 69
*Record high : 100: (1917); Low: 52: (1919, 46, 70)


*June Rain: Trace; Deficit: (0.30”)

*2020 Rain: 25.07”; Surplus: 8.52”

*Sunrise: 6:20 am; Sunset: 8:33 pm


Today: Partly cloudy, warm and humid. High: Low 90s. Wind: South 5-10 mph.

Tonight: Fair and muggy. Low: Low to mid 70s. Wind: SSE 5-10 mph. 

Tomorrow: Mostly sunny and hot. High: Mid 90s. Heat index near 100. Wind: South 5 mph.

Friday - Sunday: Mostly sunny and hot. Poor air quality. High: Mid to upper 90s. Heat index 99-103.

Monday and Tuesday: Slight chance of showers and storms. High: Low 90s.