Dry weather and summerlike heat will be the story for the Dallas area through the rest of the week and into the weekend.
Highs each day this week are forecast to reach the middle to upper 90s followed up by overnight lows in the upper 70s.
Dry weather will also persist right into the weekend with no rain in sight for the Dallas area.
Although these dry conditions are not good for the ongoing drought, they will be factorable for baseball fans.
The Texas Rangers are scheduled to host two back-to-back home series this week, hosting the Astros each night through Wednesday, followed by the Angels on Thursday night through Sunday.
Dry and hot conditions like this are not atypical for Dallas in July.
The average high temperature for the city in early July is 95 degrees F with an average low of 75 degrees F.
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