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Hot, dry weather returns for last days of September.
DFW has experienced more 100° days after August 31 than ever before, breaking the previous record of 8 days.
September is the 3rd hottest on record and this year is the hottest recorded so far.
The next 7 days are expected to be dry, with no rainfall in sight for North Texas.
The October outlook predicts above-normal temperatures for the month.
Hot, dry weather returns for last days of September
DFW has seen a record-breaking number of 100° days after August 31, surpassing the previous record of 8 days. This September is the 3rd hottest on record and this year is the hottest ever recorded. Unfortunately, there is no relief in sight from the dry weather, as the next 7 days are expected to be rain-free. The October outlook also predicts above-normal temperatures for the month, prolonging the hot and dry conditions. Fall weather continues to be elusive in North Texas.
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