Showers and thunderstorms are returning to Dallas.
The showers and thunderstorms on Monday will generally be spotty in nature.
One or two of the storms could turn severe, but the most numerous activity will rumble to the north and west of the Metroplex. There could be hail and damaging winds with any Dallas-area storm that turns severe.
As with any storm, people should be aware of rapidly changing weather conditions.
Motorists should be aware of high water on highways. Golfers and other sports enthusiasts should clear golf courses and other playing fields when thunder is heard.
Temperatures will rise to the mid-80s by Wednesday and stay in the 80s through the rest of the week.
There is a chance for a severe thunderstorms to roll through Wednesday night, followed by dry weather for the remainder of the week.
A 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck south of Japan Saturday evening, local time. No tsunami was triggered, but the earthquake was felt in Tokyo.
Some clouds are expected on Saturday evening during the final day of this year's initial appearance of the Manhattanhenge setting sun phenomenon in New York City.
The wet pattern in the southern Plains over the past several weeks has nearly eliminated drought conditions across the region.
Cooler air will move into the area to start the workweek, but not before rain and wind impacting the area to end the weekend.
Following another busy weekend for severe storms and flooding in Texas and the southern Plains, the frequent rain and storms will shift eastward.
Daytona Beach, FL (1997)
140 people rescued from rip currents. A man died trying to save his wife.
Vanport, OR (1948)
A railroad bed acting as a dam gave way during a flood along the Columbia River destroying the town of Vanport.
Unseasonably warm weather prevailed across the eastern U.S. Eighteen cities, from Virginia to Ohio and Michigan, reported record high temperatures. Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC reached 97 degrees. Newark, NJ was the nations high temperature at 98 degrees.