Gusty southerly winds will keep Dallas seasonably warm through much of the week. Each night, areas of low clouds will develop across much of central and eastern Texas.
"They will burn off during the morning hours with sunshine prevailing by midday," AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Brian Edwards said.
"It'll be windy during the midday and afternoon hours with wind gusts to between 30-35 mph each afternoon," he said.
Warm air will be pumped into the Metroplex on southerly winds. Several days this week could make a run at 90 degrees F. The normal high temperature is 84 degrees F; the daytime high will climb to above that most of the week.
It will be a great time for outdoor activities including the finale of the Texas Rangers' current homestand at Globe Life Park on Tuesday and Wednesday against the Seattle Mariners.
Highs will reach the upper 80s to near 90 each day through Saturday. The next chance of precipitation will come in the form of a thunderstorm later in the day Sunday.
Memorial Day weekend also looks to be warm and dry with highs again in the upper 80s.
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