A Chilly Monday Morning in North TX

April 28, 2008 at 5:38 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

To get the coolest temperatures in North Texas, we need three key factors:
1.  Clear Skies (allows maximum heat to escape)
2.  Calm wind (keeps slightly warmer temps aloft from mixing down, delaying cooling)
3.  Low Humidity (dry air changes temp faster than moist air)

Parts of North TX managed to slide into the 30s this morning, and the DFW record low is 42!  Officially, we missed a record by 1 degree, our low was 43, but here are some of the colder low temps this morning:
  Burleson/Crowley:  36
  Lancaster:   37
  Mineral Wells:  38
  Bridgeport:  37
  Graham:  34
  Denton:  37
  Terrell:  39
  McKinney:  37
  Granbury:  39
  Keller/Alliance:  39
  Waxahachie/Midlothian:  39
  Stephenville:  39


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  1. It seems like this week would be bad to go outdoor… Rains and T-storms are all over the place… Hope weekend wouldn’t be that bad though… Thanks for the update…

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