A Long Hard Look At Dallas' Year Of Record-Breaking Weather.

No matter your political views, whether you believe the world is turning just fine or convinced we are burning our planet to a crisp, the heat in 2015 was undeniable.

In fact, NASA and the U.S National and Atmospheric Administration just confirmed that 2015 was the United States' hottest year in recorded history, breaking a record set just last year.

If there is one thing I know, it's that nerds and numbers never lie.

While warmth in Texas come as no surprise, the gallons of rain dumped upon the region definitely caught us all off-guard. In fact, the month of May was DFW's wettest month of all time — proof seen only in the numbers but also in the landscape, as Mississippians could finally stop laughing at us because the Trinity River actually looked like a real river.

But even if staying indoors and browsing the web was more of your thing in 2015, it still didn't necessarily save you from the heat. Last year, Yanet Garcia — Mexico's hottest new weather girl — took the Internet by storm when she debuted on Televisa Monterrey back in June. In fact, she broke records of her own on Reddit when the r/yanetgarcia subreddit became the fastest-growing non-default subreddit within 24 hours of her debut.

Again, nerds and numbers don't lie.

And here, we pay homage to that fact. Be it due to its sexy meteorologists or its hot and wet weather, 2015 was definitely a year for the books — something we take a long and hard look at below.













8472_2

8472_3

8472_4

8472_5

8472_6

8472_7

8472_8

8472_9

8472_10

8472_11

8472_12

8472_13

8472_14

8472_15

8472_16

8472_17

8472_18

8472_19

8472_20

8472_21

8472_22

8472_23

8472_24

8472_25

8472_26

8472_27

8472_28

8472_29

8472_30

8472_31

8472_32

8472_33

8472_34

8472_35

8472_36

8472_37

8472_38

8472_39

8472_40

8472_41

8472_42

8472_43

8472_44

8472_45

8472_46

8472_47

8472_48

8472_49

8472_50

No more articles
X