After the onset of passing showers and thunderstorms Saturday morning, drier weather will persist in the Dallas area into early next week.
“It’s a typical summertime pattern across northeast Texas, including the Dallas area, through the remainder of this week,” AccuWeather Meteorologist Brian Edwards said.
High temperatures will be in the lower 90s this weekend.
After a shower or thunderstorm crosses the area Saturday morning, rrier weather is expected for the weekend with partly sunny skies both Saturday and Sunday and highs creeping up into the lower 90s, which is right about normal for this time of year, he added.
Both days should be breezy as clouds move out of the area.
The dry weather will persist on Monday as temperatures start to increase with a high in the mid-90s. The strong sun will remain as Dallas prepares for a continued stretch of dry, hot weather.
Those spending extended amounts of time in the sun should take precautions to stay hydrated and apply sunscreen regularly.
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