After a bout of downpours that inundated roadways across northeastern Texas, drier and warmer weather is returning.
For the weekend's start, normal temperatures returned to Dallas as sunny skies graced the city on Saturday.
Some sunshine and clouds are in store, but the weather will remain dry for those with outdoor weekend activities scheduled.
"The weekend looks dry across the area with temperatures increasing closer to normal by Sunday afternoon," AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brian Edwards said.
Partly sunny skies are expected with highs in the 90 degrees on Sunday.
"It'll turn even warmer Monday and Tuesday with increasing humidity," he said. "Highs by Tuesday will approach the century mark."
By midweek, it will remain sunny and humid as temperatures hover near the 100 F mark.
Tropical Depression Nine is expected to strengthen to a tropical storm and will turn toward Florida with heavy rain, gusty winds and the risk of flooding late this week.
A potent storm system arriving from the Atlantic Ocean will deliver a soaking rain and gusty winds to all of the United Kingdom from Saturday into Saturday night.
Another strong tropical disturbance has moved off the coast of Africa and bears watching for strengthening and impact on the Caribbean and the United States during September.
Two tropical systems, Madeline and Lester, could pose hazards to Hawaii into Labor Day weekend.
While warmth will dominate much of Asia this autumn, drought relief is on the way for southeastern areas, but tropical cyclones could threaten lives and property surrounding the Bay of Bengal.
West Chester, PA (1922)
So much hail fell that fields were covered with up to two feet drifted hail--the next day!!
New England (1954)
Hurricane Carol, first of 3 hurricanes to affect New England that year - 60 dead and $450 million damage.
Norfolk, VA (1964)
(Aug. 31 and Sept. 1) 11.40 inches of rain in 24 hours from Hurricane Cleo - all-time record.