On Tuesday, temperatures remained slightly below average, but saw an increase from Monday's afternoon high of 53 F.
“It looks even warmer Wednesday with highs in the 70s,” AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brian Edwards said.
Dallas will see normal temperature highs return by midweek, with a breezy afternoon Wednesday.
Wind gusts could be up to 30-35 mph, Edwards said, adding that it was typical for this time of year.
“The next chance for rain will be Thursday, when showers and thunderstorms move in, but it certainly doesn’t look widespread.”
A chance for thunderstorms and showers will remain spotty throughout the day.
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