THANKSGIVING DAY HISTORICAL SIGNIFICANT WEATHER EVENTS FOR DFW

Thursday, November 27th, 2014 12:23am CST

November 22, 2007 – A light wintry mix of sleet and snow fell during a cold afternoon. It was only the second occasion that wintry precipitation fell during a home Dallas Cowboys football game (vs. New York Jets). November 25, 1993 – Freezing rain and sleet fell during a subfreezing afternoon, amounting to 0.3″ on […]

DFW AREA LAKE LEVEL RISE SINCE WEEKEND RAIN EVENT

Monday, November 24th, 2014 9:41am CST

The system over the weekend brought much needed rainfall to the area. Many of the area lakes benefited from the rain. Below is a map showing the area lakes and how much of a rise they gained after the event. Belton, Cisco, and Limestone all showed the greatest gains with 5 inch increases. Lake Ray Hubbard […]

DFW RAINFALL AMOUNT TOTALS AND THANKSGIVING WEEK OVERVIEW

Sunday, November 23rd, 2014 9:51am CST

The storm system that brought much needed rainfall to DFW has pushed over to the northeast. In its wake, skies were clear with some patchy fog in some locations which should quickly burn off this morning. Rainfall totals were less than what we forecasted as the system took a much further south track than we […]

LATEST FORECASTED RAIN TOTALS FOR DFW THROUGH SUNDAY

Friday, November 21st, 2014 10:12am CST

Our big storm system is on its way. The system is now onshore over California and will be moving over North Texas tomorrow. This continues to look like a widespread, mult-inch rain event for the DFW area. 2 plus inches of rain is possible, especially from the DFW Metroplex north and west toward the Red […]

UPDATE ON MAJOR RAIN EVENT FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

Thursday, November 20th, 2014 9:27am CST

A big storm system, currently located a few hundred miles off the coast of Oregon and northern California (see pic), will be our next weather maker here in DFW. This storm system promises to bring much needed rainfall to the region. Latest data continues to suggest this to be a multi-inch rain event beginning late […]

WARMING TEMPS AND MAJOR RAIN EVENT FOR FRIDAY/SATURDAY

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 10:06am CST

We are finally beginning to warm up as the Arctic high releases its grip over North Texas. The Arctic high and trough are moving east allowing our winds to turn around to the south. This will advect warmer air and moisture into the area. You will be noticing warmer temperatures beginning today, with forecasted highs […]

NEW FEATURE—DFW WEATHER BLOG/NEWS PAGE

Wednesday, November 19th, 2014 9:33am CST

The news section will be condensed to recent news and blog headlines only. The full news and blogs articles will be posted on the new “News/Blogs” page. The link to this page is on the left menu navigation panel. The headlines appearing in this box will be hyperlinked to this page as well. In addition […]

RECORD SNOWFALL AND RECORD LOW MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE AT DFW

Monday, November 17th, 2014 5:00pm CST

There was a trace of snowfall yesterday, Sunday, November 16th, at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.  This is the first time in the 117 years that records have been kept at the official Dallas/Fort Worth site that it has snowed on November 16th. Since records began for the official Dallas/Fort Worth site back in 1898, there […]

NEW FEATURE ADDED – “QUICK FORECAST”

Monday, November 17th, 2014 4:14pm CST

The National forecast page where you entered a zip code to look up a US city forecast has been replaced. It is now called Quick Forecast in which you use a Google map (satellite or roadmap) to select continental US city forecasts. The new forecast page will give you a 6-day forecast for that city […]

DFW CLIMATE

Saturday, November 15th, 2014 12:00pm CST

For the past three consecutive days DFW Airport has had temperatures stay at or below 40°F. This has only occurred once during the month of November in all weather recorded history, and that was in November of 1976.