Sunshine and warm temperatures are expected to be the rule across Dallas through midweek.
A high pressure system will keep dry weather around with increasingly warmer temperatures through the weekend.
While temperatures will remain near 100 F throughout into Monday, highs will return to the mid-90s by midweek.
Monday afternoon will see the risk for a thunderstorm and the storms are expected to continued into the evening hours and could be strong in places.
It will be slightly cooler Tuesday, as highs hover around 94 F.
For those planning to spend extended times outdoors, precautions against the heat includes staying hydrated and applying sunscreen.
Overnight lows will hover in the mid-70s through Tuesday.
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