Dallas: Warmup in Store for Upcoming Week

By Dan DePodwin, Meteorologist
March 17, 2014; 4:43 AM ET
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With Saturday's gusty thunderstorms now a memory, quiet weather is on tap or Dallas through the majority of the upcoming week.

Although the weekend ended on a blustery and chilly note, the cold snap will be short-lived. A flow of air from the south will return Monday.

At first, temperatures will climb to near 60 F to begin the week but spring-like warmth is expected to arrive Tuesdays and temperatures rise into the 70s.

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Sunshine should be plentiful through at least the middle of the week due to a lack of moisture and disturbances remaining well to the north of the area.

The normal high temperature this time of year in Dallas is near 70 degrees.

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