Where Did Summer Go?!

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Texas is usually breaking record highs in July, but uhh… we had to double check the calendar to make sure it’s not March.

Dallas actually broke a record low on Thursday. 65 degrees. You have to look way back to 1945 to find a similar morning.

Hey, we’re not complaining! You can thank the relief on a  Canadian cold front rounds of strong storms that slammed North Texas this week.

“I think it’s great. It feels great. I wish it would stay like this all the time,” comments Jonathan Hope.

The Lone Star State has been desperate for any kind of change. Most Texans have been in the grips of a prolonged drought. According to the U.S. Drought Monitor map, the newest update shows a slight improvement from the previous one.

But, our good times will come to an end very quickly. Next week, forecasters predict our typical Texas temps will return.

Bummer!

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