Milder Air to Finally Grace Dallas

By , Senior Meteorologist
December 14, 2013; 2:40 PM ET
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The unseasonably cold stretch of weather for Dallas will soon finally come to an end.

The clouds that covered Dallas at the start of the weekend will be gone for Sunday, allowing plenty of sun to shine.

Underneath the sun, temperatures will crack the 50-degree mark for the first time since Dec. 4. A high in the middle 50s is expected.

Those heading to Cowboys Stadium to watch the Dallas Cowboys host the Green Bay Packers late Sunday will still want to bring a jacket.

Temperatures will fall from the 50s into the upper 40s during the game.

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More sunshine and further warming will boost temperatures to near 65 degrees Monday and Tuesday.

The mild weather will hold through at least Thursday.


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