Bust Out Your Hoodies And Jean Jackets: Mother Nature Has Finally Thrown Dallas A Bone And Ushered Fall Weather To The Front Of The Line.
If you’re reading this on your phone, please, walk outside with it before you continue reading.
Trust us, it’ll be better that way.
That’s because, today, the Dallas heat — after 142 days of summer — has finally started to break. After a 97-degree day yesterday that extended this year’s already-late summer, temperatures today dipped into the 60s and 70s. Overnight, they are expected to drop as low as 58.
Better yet: Beyond a short spike back up to a high of 91 degrees on Thursday (October 10), the extended area forecast mostly finds the region settling back into a very delightful highs-in-the-low-80s-and-lows-in-the-high-60s wheelhouse for the foreseeable future.
In other words: We made it through another summer together, Dallas! High fives all around.