Dallas-area residents will continue to dodge raindrops and thunderstorms into Monday, but a midweek warmup is on the way.
The thunderstorms are possible Monday afternoon and could disrupt any outdoor activities. If outdoors, people should be on the alert for approaching dark clouds and listen for thunder in the distance.
After a struggle to get out the 50s over the weekend, it will turn warmer on Monday with a high about 67 degrees F, a few degrees below normal for this time of year in Dallas.
Sunshine and breezy conditions will follow Tuesday through Thursday with highs starting in the low 70s on Tuesday.
Highs will climb into the low 80s by Wednesday, which would be about 10 degrees F above normal.
It will turn a bit cooler on Thursday but it will stay in the upper 70s.
Tropical moisture may put outdoor Memorial Day plans in jeopardy from Washington D.C., to Boston on Monday.
As millions prepare to take part in Memorial Day weekend events, showers, storms and a potential tropical system could threaten outdoor activities and travel plans during the extended weekend.
A developing tropical system northeast of the Bahamas will approach the southeastern coast of the United States with downpours, building surf and an increasing breeze during Memorial Day weekend.
Severe weather, including the risk of flash flooding and a few tornadoes, will continue into Memorial Day weekend.
South East England will face rain threaten to ruin Monday's bank holiday, while the rest of the United Kingdom enjoys another mostly dry and mild day.
Violent storms whirled through the central United States this week, spawning large tornadoes on multiple days.
Tornado struck Empire Builder, near Moorhead, MN. Five coaches, each weighing 70 tons, was lifted off the track; one was carried 80 feet. Fifty-seven of the 117 passengers were injured; one was blown through a window and killed.
Greenville, GA (1978)
113 degrees -- all-time record for state.
Tulsa received heavy rains which set a new 24-hour rainfall record of 9.24 inches.