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With cotton blooming and being harvested, the end of summer and the approach of fall has begun. Whereas, it was a beautiful summer, the heat won’t be missed.
After the few storms and showers Thursday and Friday, which brought heavy rain to some localized areas, managed to squelch our sweltering temperatures of weeks passed, the coming weekend and early week look to be cooler, barely breaking eighty degrees, according to meteorologists on Friday.
Because of the wet weather, the highest temperature observed on Friday was a cool 75° Fahrenheit at 5:05 p.m.
To add to this good news of cooler temperatures, our weekend looks to be cool and sunny.
Saturday the high is predicted at just 82° and the low 62°.
Sunday is similar with a high of 83°, however the morning and evening low is predicted at 56°, which is ‘semi-chilly’ for north Texas this early.
This is great weather for enjoying the family fun festivities this weekend like the Dylan’s Drivers fundraiser, Rides for a Reason, on Saturday, so you can enjoy both the great weather and the fun of the event for a great community cause.
The start of the work week will start a little cooler with the approach of fall, as the high on Monday is predicted to be in the low eighties; the low in the sixties.
Tuesday will warm up some during the day, but the low is said to be around 64°, however, the high is closer to the nineties, predicted at 89°.
This article was written referencing weather statistics and predictions from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the National Weather Service and www.Weather.com (The Weather Service).
By Josh Allen, eParisExtra