At least three days above 90 degrees F are expected in the Dallas area through mid-week.
It will become gradually more humid each day setting the stage for the development of severe weather to move into the area on Thursday.
Once the storm moves across the Rockies, it will serve as a heat pump bringing hot and humid air will build northward over the Plains through the next several days.
Temperatures will be in the low 90s Sunday through Tuesday, and will be around 90 degrees F on Wednesday. People doing outdoor activities should take necessary precautions to avoid heat exhaustion or heat stroke.
Severe thunderstorms are possible in the Dallas area on Thursday with a high in the upper 80s.
It will remain humid on Friday with a high in the mid-80s.
Cooler weather through late week in Detroit will be replaced by more seasonable temperatures and thunderstorms for the weekend.
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