Thursday will be cloudy and quite chilly all day long.
Today will be another unseasonably warm day across North Texas with temperatures back into the 70s this afternoon.
January 2017 is in the record books as being the 11th warmest out of 117 years of records in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Another unseasonably warm day is on tap for this final day of January. Highs will again top out in the mid to upper 70s across North Texas under sunny skies.
NBC 5 Chief Meteorologist David Finfrock explains the collaboration of Mars, Venus and the moon in the North Texas night sky.
February can be one of the coldest and snowiest months in North Texas, but the long range outlook suggests February 2017 won't be that way.
NBC 5 Meteorologist Rick Mitchell asks: just behind a cold front, what does the air pressure do?
The next cold front will arrive Wednesday evening, but it doesn't look to be particularly strong.
The next cold front arrives Wednesday night and will bring the temperature down into the 50s late in the week. Rain chances increase by Saturday.
The National Weather Service held Skywarn Spotter Training in Fort Worth Saturday, the event for storm spotters was sponsored by NBC 5.
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