Sunshine has returned to Dallas along with warmer air.
A developing storm system brought heavy rain and some fog to the city on Friday, but temperatures climbed to near 70 during the afternoon. Sunshine returned to the area Saturday.
Temperatures will be around the low 70s on Sunday, with an overnight low in the mid-40s and a gusty southerly breeze.
The sunshine will stay in place through next week with the city's next chance of rain not until next Saturday.
Temperatures next week will remain consistently in the 60s every day with nighttime lows in the lower 40s. Nighttime skies will be clear almost every night, making conditions prime for stargazing.
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