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Very cold, Arctic air will move into North Texas late Wednesday night into Thursday morning.
Meteorological fall extends from Sept. 1 to Nov. 30, and for that three month period, we can now say unequivocally that autumn 2016 is the warmest recorded for Dallas-Fort Worth since records began in 1898.
Wednesday marks the end of the 2016 Atlantic hurricane season, which the NOAA reported to be above average.
More severe weather is possible in the southeast U.S. after tornadoes touched down overnight, leaving a trail of death and destruction in Mississippi and Alabama.
Last Sunday, a record 15,000 megawatts of energy were recorded, surpassing the previous record of 14,122 megawatts set Nov. 17.
There will be a chance of rain late Sunday into early Monday. Much of next week will be mild.
Forecasters say severe weather is possible in the Southern Plains, with strong winds, hail and even a few tornadoes possible.
The Storm Prediction Center has placed areas of North Texas under a risk for severe weather for storms this evening.
Jamie Moore, the emergency management coordinator for Johnson County, captured exquisite photos of frost flowers.
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