Another record high was broken yesterday, November 4, 2017 at DFW Airport. The temperature reached 90°F breaking the old record of 88°F set in 1987. The record heat will continue today as a combination of downslope flow, compressional warming from an approaching cold front, and upper ridging will aide in allowing temperatures to soar out of control. The record for November 5 at DFW is 89°F set in 2005, but will easily be broken as the forecast calls for a high of 92°F. This record November heat (90+ degree temperatures in November) is exceptionally rare, and nothing like it will likely be experienced again during our lifetimes. A weak cold front will move across the area tomorrow and stall around the I-20 corridor, but will get reinforced and pushed out of the area as a stronger cold front arrives on Tuesday. This will set the stage for an overrunning rain event Tuesday night through Wednesday night. Temperatures will cool dramatically behind the Tuesday cool front with highs on Wednesday remaining in the 50s.