NORTH TEXAS (CBSNewsTexas.com) - Severe weather Sunday night ended the last full weekend of September and its run of record highs.
DFW has now logged more 100° days after August 31 than ever before. The previous record was 8 days. It is the 3rd hottest September so far and the hottest year recorded so far.
Tuesday, we'll have wall-to-wall sunshine and lower humidity by afternoon. Sunglasses and sunblock are needed!
We'll close the month with above-normal temperatures. The start of the Texas State Fair will be storm-free but hot on the Midway!
There isn't much relief from this dry year and hot weather. The next 7 days of rainfall look to miss North Texas.
Meanwhile, the October outlook just came out and there is a good chance we have a month with above-normal temperatures.
Here is the 7-day forecast. Starting Tuesday, there are a string of sunny days. It'll be the first of October on Sunday but will feel like the end of August. Fall weather continues to be elusive.
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