Temperatures will average well below normal around Dallas through this week and into the weekend, while heavy winter storms stay away.
A weak system passing through the area Thursday has retained enough moisture from the the Pacific Ocean to produce light snow around the area.
The snow can be persistent enough to bring a coating to an inch, especially from the Metroplex on to the north and west.
A reinforcing push of cold air will come in Thursday afternoon and night.
The normal high for Dallas is near 60 degrees with the normal low in the upper 30s.
Highs will be in the low to middle 30s through Friday. Lows will be in the teens and 20s.
Temperatures are forecast recover to the 50s on Saturday.
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Record Cold: Location: New Record(F): Old Record(F)/Year: Chicago, IL 44 50/1875 Fort Wayne, IN 46 50/1950,1987 Evansville, IN 55 tied 55/1987
Duluth, MN (1996)
89 degrees at the airport and only 58 degrees at the lake.
San Antonio, TX (2007)
Record daily rainfall; 3.07 inches. Previous record was 1.86 inches in 1929. Flooding forced officials to close 47 streets and led to 39 high-water rescues.