Heat, sunshine and humidity is in store for Dallas this week.
However, there may be some relief as many days this week could be slightly breezy as well.
By midweek, the air could cool down slightly, although the breeze will remain. Thursday should have intermittent clouds and sunshine with temperatures in the low 90s. Heading into Thursday night, skies should be mostly clear with slightly higher nighttime temperatures in the upper 70s.
The breeze will return by Friday and sunshine should pop in and out throughout the day. Temperatures should again remain in the low 90s.
The weekend may start to warm up and bring more humidity. Saturday should be partly sunny with temperatures reaching the mid-90s. The heat should stretch into Sunday as well.
Severe thunderstorms return near Little Rock, threatening areas from Oklahoma City to Dallas to close out Wednesday evening.
Tropical Depression Two has lost its battle to become the next Atlantic tropical storm, but it will still increase shower activity across the Caribbean to end the week.
A thick, massive band of mayflies traveling along the Mississippi River created a swarm so intense it became visible on National Weather Service radars on July 20, 2014.
Fresh cooler and less humid air will settle over the Boston area for Thursday and Friday.
Warm and humid air in place over much of the Northeast at midweek is contributing to the risk of drenching, gusty and locally severe thunderstorms on Wednesday.
Severe thunderstorms are dropping down through the South Central states to close out Wednesday.
Seattle, WA (1991)
99 degrees, all-time record high for July.
Heat Wave: Location New Record(F): Old Record(F)/Year: Washington, D.C. 101 100/1987 Philadelphia, PA 99T 99/1978 Atlantic City, NJ 100 96/1987 Harrisburg, PA 103 98/1987 Baltimore, MD 103 98/1987 (Custom House)
New Zealand (1995)
Extreme cold - a bay in Littleton Harbor froze for the first time in "living memory".