A BIT COOLER: Temperatures are in the low 70s with a few upper 60 readings across the region. Clouds will continue to decrease as the remnants of Barry continue to move to the northeast. Highs will be in the mid 90s with mostly sunny skies and lower humidity.
THE REST OF THE WEEK AND THE WEEKEND: You will hear me say this a lot this week. We have entered the time of the year where the weather will not change much at all. Expect mostly sunny skies with hot and humid conditions with afternoon highs in the upper 90s each day. There is a chance that we will see our first 100° day tomorrow. Our average first 100° day for DFW is July 1, we are more than two weeks behind schedule...
NEXT WEEK: A rare July surface front could bring back the chance of isolated to widely scattered showers and storms to parts of our region early next week. Otherwise expect much of the same summertime weather with afternoon highs in the upper 90s. See the Texas Weather Discussion Video for more details.
TROPICS: Barry is now a remnant low in Central Arkansas. It will still continue to produce heavy rain at times for areas along the Mississippi River Valley as it continues to the northeast. It should be fully dissipated by Wednesday. The rest of the Atlantic Basin remains quiet...