Dry weather will be the story for the Dallas area through the weekend with dry conditions carrying over into the upcoming week.
A breeze is expected to pick up for Sunday and Monday as a few clouds move overhead, but temperatures are still forecast to reach the middle 80s both days.
Anyone heading to the ballpark to watch the Texas Rangers as they host the Toronto Blue Jays shouldn't need an umbrella on Sunday.
Umbrellas will continue to gather dust through Wednesday as the city sees an uptick in temperatures, climbing into the upper 80s and possibly touching the 90-degree mark.
Those in Dallas may have to wait until the end of next week or perhaps the following weekend until rain returns to the city.
A system with rain and thunderstorms will bring both good and bad news to the western United States later this week.
With the return of wet weather in the Northeast, many people are asking: When will the rain go away?
A change in the weather pattern will bring an extended period of dry and sunny conditions over much of the south-central United States.
After England and Wales endured a cool end to April and an unsettled bank holiday, the warmest air so far this year is set to arrive late this week.
Some communities along the southern Atlantic Seaboard will be hit hard with thunderstorms into the middle of the week.
Anglers around the Great Lakes had an early start to steelhead fishing season this spring following a warmer-than-normal winter, and recent warming conditions have brought the season into full swing.
Prichard, AL (1994)
3 students were injured while using an electric pencil sharpener at the same time lightning struck a tree just outside a window of the school.
Charleston, SC (1761)
Large tornado swept Charleston harbor when British fleet of 40 sails was at anchor. Raised waves 12' high, many vessels on beam-ends, 4 killed.
May snowstorm from New York City southwest to to Pennsylvania and south into Virginia; ground covered, severe frost in North Carolina, fruit killed.