Following a pair of sunny and warm days on Tuesday and Wednesday, Dallas will be at risk of severe thunderstorms.
These storms are forecast to move into the Dallas area on Wednesday night with areas north and west of the city at greatest risk of having these storms.
The main threats from these storms include large hail and damaging wind gusts, but a tornado cannot be ruled out either.
The timing of these storms can pose an additional danger to the weather itself as people that are sleeping will not know when a storm is approaching.
Settled weather is expected to return to the city for the remainder of the week with highs in the mid- to upper 80s on Thursday and Friday.
A normal high temperature for this time of year is 78 degrees.
Warm, settled weather will carry over into the first half of the weekend before the chance of thunderstorms returns on Sunday.
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