Dallas Weekend to See Temperature Drop, Avoid Karen

By Samantha-Rae Tuthill, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
October 06, 2013; 12:22 AM
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Though Karen is barreling towards the Gulf Coast, the Dallas area should be spared any effects of its moisture. An approaching front, however, will bring increased cloudiness and lower temperatures for the area on Saturday.

Temperatures will drop to the low 70s for the first time in weeks. Overnight lows will drop 10 degrees from Friday into Saturday as possible thunderstorms move through the area. This could potentially be disruptive for the Texas State Fair's Grambling vs. Prairie game.

The incoming system will also bring a break in humidity.

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By Sunday, the front will continue its push to the east, leaving sunnier, slightly warmer conditions in the region. Overnight lows will remain in the low 50s, and the daytime high is expected to be in the upper 70s.


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