<![CDATA[NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth - Dallas-Fort Worth Weather News and Coverage]]> Copyright 2014 http://www.nbcdfw.com/weather/stories http://media.nbcbayarea.com/designimages/NBC+5-KXAS+Logo+for+Google+News.png NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth http://www.nbcdfw.com en-us Sun, 21 Sep 2014 17:33:06 -0500 Sun, 21 Sep 2014 17:33:06 -0500 NBC Owned Television Stations <![CDATA[NBC 5 Forecast: Hot and Muggy Weekend]]> Sun, 21 Sep 2014 07:44:06 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/Riley_722x406.jpg

Today will be warm and humid with highs in the low 90s and heat index values near 95.  A cold front will drop in from the north and bring a 20% chance for a T-storm between 4-8pm. Not everyone will see the rain today.  Autumn officially begins at 9:29 PM Monday and temperatures will be more comfortable in the 80s for much of the week with plenty of sunshine.

TODAY:  Mostly sunny and muggy with a 20 percent chance of isolated afternoon showers mainly between 4-8pm.  High: 93.  Wind: S/N 5-10 mph.

MONDAY:  Mostly sunny.  Not as humid.  Low 70.  High 87.  Wind:  NE 10.

TUESDAY:  Mostly sunny.  Low 64.  High 85.  Wind:  E 10.

WEDNESDAY:  Mostly sunny.  Low 62.  High 86.  Wind:  ESE 5.

THURSDAY:  Sunny and warm.  Low 63.  High 88.  Wind:  SE 5-10 mph.

FRIDAY:  Mostly sunny and warm.  Low 65.  High 87.  Wind:  SE 5-10 mph.

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny and warm.  Low: 68.  High: 88.  Wind: SE 5-10 mph.

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<![CDATA[NBC 5 First Alert WX App Available Now!]]> Thu, 05 Dec 2013 12:12:52 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/First-Alert-Weather-722x406.jpg

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You'll also find the NBC 5 meteorologists' written and video forecasts along with weather stories from the NBC 5 news team.

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Plus, you'll get hourly, daily and 10-day forecasts and can pinpoint your location via GPS for precise conditions as well as save favorite locations.

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<![CDATA[Plano Family Back Together After Hurricane Odile]]> Fri, 19 Sep 2014 06:31:51 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/Odile+Reunion+091814.jpg

After days of being stranded in Baja California, Mexico, a Plano family was reunited at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport  Thursday.

Matt and Mitchell Hansen had traveled to La Paz in Mexico for a U18 USA Baseball tournament, only to be stuck on foreign soil when Hurricane Odile blew into town.

"When the hurricane happened, we saw the devastation immediately," said Matt Hansen, Mitchell's father. "But when all the cellphones and all the communications left, we couldn't even talk to people across town."

Their flights were canceled; their hotel sustained storm damage, including flooding and broken windows.

Some estimate that thousands of American tourists were left stranded by the storm.

The Hansens and fellow teammates made the trek to a Mexican military area, where some were able to secure a military transport plane to Tijuana, Mexico. From there, they were bused across the U.S.- Mexico border, eventually making their way to the airport in Los Angeles.

Teammate Trenton Clark was also on the flight home to DFW Airport, but without his parents.

He said they urged him to get the first available seat back to Texas.

"It was hard to leave my parents," Clark said.

"You just prayed for the best — that's what you did. I had faith we were going to get back and we would all get back together."

Meantime, the team had secured the gold medal at the COPABE 18U Pan American Championship on Sunday.

Copyright Associated Press / NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth



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<![CDATA[Bus Stop Weather - Sept. 16, 2014]]> Tue, 16 Sep 2014 10:21:07 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/busstop-091614_1200x675_329720387757.jpg Children share their artwork depicting North Texas weather. Willie Brown Elementary School first grader Marley.]]> <![CDATA[Extreme Weather Photos: Hurricane Odile]]> Thu, 18 Sep 2014 11:16:20 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/Hurrican+Odeli2.jpg Take a look at some of the most extreme weather systems throughout the world.

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<![CDATA[Bus Stop Weather - Sept. 14, 2014]]> Mon, 15 Sep 2014 10:08:57 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/busstop_1200x675_329318979715.jpg Children share their artwork depicting North Texas weather. Willie Brown Elementary School first grader Julia.]]> <![CDATA[NBC 5 Forecast: Warming Up]]> Sun, 14 Sep 2014 18:22:00 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/091414+Sunday+web7day.jpg Mostly cloudy skies will continue tonight into Monday. A weak disturbance will bring a low chance of a few showers Monday, 10-20%, with the best chance near and NW of the Metroplex. Better rain chances come Tuesday, around 40% with a low chance of rain Wednesday(20%) and Thursday as well(10%).]]> <![CDATA[NBC 5 Forecast: Warm Up Ahead]]> Sat, 13 Sep 2014 18:36:31 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/091314+Saturday+5day+4cast.jpg We should stay dry for the rest of the weekend, but skies should remain mostly cloudy to overcast. The next decent chance for rain arrives Tuesday (40%) with a 20% chance for showers Wednesday.]]> <![CDATA[Fall 'Football' Weather Dominates Friday Night]]> Fri, 12 Sep 2014 22:40:32 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/vlcsnap-000038.jpg

Friday night football fans braced for temperatures nearly 30 degrees colder Friday evening than last week's games in North Texas.

A cold front that arrived Friday brought brisk temperatures, whipping winds and light drizzle that didn’t let up.

Fans, like mother and daughter Rhonda and Marisa Hunter, of Plano, came prepared by dressing in scarves, long sleeves, hoodies and blankets.

"When I was little and coming to these games, it seemed to not be hot as late in the year as it is nowadays. This is more football weather to me,” said Rhonda Hunter.

They said at last week's game, they were dressed in capri pants and t-shirts.

"It's better to be cold, cause then you can huddle up and share team spirit," said Marisa Hunter.

Copyright Associated Press / NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth



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<![CDATA[North Texans Enjoying Cooler Weather]]> Fri, 12 Sep 2014 17:38:43 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/Ducks+Fort+Worth.jpg It's finally feeling a bit like Fall and many North Texas are happy about it.

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<![CDATA[NBC 5's Josh Ault Tracks Weather]]> Fri, 12 Sep 2014 09:10:19 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/wx-track.jpg NBC 5's Josh Ault drives through Denton and Decatur tracking rainfall and traffic Friday morning.

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<![CDATA[Bus Stop Weather - Sept. 11, 2014]]> Thu, 11 Sep 2014 08:59:02 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/busstop_1200x675_327846979708.jpg Children share their artwork depicting North Texas weather. Willie Brown Elementary School first grader Kailley.]]> <![CDATA[Register for NBCDFW's Closing System]]> Sat, 07 Dec 2013 19:36:04 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/160*120/snowflake.jpg

NBCDFW and NBC 5 offer an automated system for school and business closings and delays that can be accessed online and over the phone for school and business administrators.

Due to the size of the Metroplex, only closings and delays for schools and large businesses with more than 500 employees will air on television. The status of religious facilities, day care centers, small businesses and other establishments will only be posted on NBCDFW.com.

To register, please send an email to Sharla.Alford@nbcuni.com with the name of your institution, the main contact name, phone number and email, as well as the physical address of the school, church or business.

To see a complete listing of current closing and delays, click here.

Additionally, NBCDFW offers email and SMS alerts for school and business closings. For more information click here.

We will not sign up new clients during an inclement weather event, so please sign up before your school or business needs to use our services.



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<![CDATA[Bus Stop Weather - Sept. 10, 2014]]> Wed, 10 Sep 2014 08:34:12 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/busstop_for_wednesday_1200x675_327264323556.jpg Children share their artwork depicting North Texas weather. Willie Brown Elementary School first grader Preston.]]> <![CDATA[Bus Stop Weather - Sept. 9, 2014]]> Tue, 09 Sep 2014 08:06:47 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/busstop_for_tuesday_1200x675_326795843898.jpg Children share their artwork depicting North Texas weather. Willie Brown Elementary first grader Mason.]]> <![CDATA[Bus Stop Weather - Sept. 8, 2014]]> Mon, 08 Sep 2014 08:08:16 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/busstop_1200x675_326383171874.jpg Children like Willie Brown Elementary first grader Shahzaib share their artwork depicting North Texas weather.]]> <![CDATA[Heating Up Then Cooler & Wet Late Week]]> Sun, 07 Sep 2014 18:51:50 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/090714+web7day.jpg We enjoyed temperatures in the upper 80s for DFW Sunday afternoon. 90s will return Monday through Wednesday, with upper 90s likely by Wednesday afternoon. Then a potent cold front will bring a 40% chance for showers and storms on Thursday and Friday. Temperatures should drop down into the 70s for highs on Friday with 50s and 60s for lows by Saturday morning.]]> <![CDATA[Storms Cause Flooding and Fires in Fort Worth]]> Sat, 06 Sep 2014 21:42:27 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/090614+Jayme+Rodriguez+i30+hulen.jpg

Heavy storms on Saturday caused street flooding in North Texas. Dozens of people are homeless after lightning started an apartment fire in Fort Worth.

NBC 5 viewer Jayme Rodriguez took pictures of at least two cars surrounded by deep water along Hulen Street, just south of I-30 in Fort Worth.

An apartment in the 2300 block of Ridgmar Plaza in West Fort Worth displaced dozens of residents. Fire investigators believe a lightning strike started the fire.

Another house fire was reported near Highway 183 and Bryan Irvin near the Ridglea Country Club Estates.

ONCOR reported 9,000 customers without power across North Texas because of the storms.

The rain was so heavy it caused the National Weather Service to issue Flood Advisories for Tarrant, Kaufman and Fannin Counties on Saturday evening.

NBC 5 Meteorologist Remeisha Shade said the showers were part of a big weather pattern forming over North Texas. 

"A cold front pushing across DFW helped to kick off some scattered afternoon and evening storms dumping heavy rain over parts of DFW Saturday," said Shade.

The official rain totals from Saturday:

DFW Airport - Trace

Dallas Love Field - .07"

Fort Worth Meacham Airport - .80"

Texas Christian University - 1.06"

Waxahachie - .31"

Shade forecasted more possible rain on Sunday. "Low storm chances will stick around for Sunday although most of the day is expected to remain dry and a bit cooler." 



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<![CDATA[Rain & Slightly Cooler Weather]]> Sat, 06 Sep 2014 20:10:04 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/090614+web7day.jpg A cold front continues to bring the chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms, along with a slight drop in temperatures. A few showers may linger into Sunday, but mainly south and east of the Metroplex. After a warm-up Monday through Wednesday, there will be a much better chance for rain, and significantly cooler temperatures by the end of next week.]]> <![CDATA[Hot And Breezy Labor Day Ahead]]> Sun, 31 Aug 2014 18:12:43 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/083114+sunday+7day.jpg There’s a 10% chance for a stray shower or storm through sunset SE of DFW near Athens and Palestine. Otherwise, dry weather is expected. Breezy conditions will continue tonight through Labor Day with wind gusts up to 25 mph possible. Labor Day through Friday should be mostly sunny, seasonably hot and dry with highs in the middle to upper 90s. Dry weather is expected across DFW Monday through Friday with low rain chances returning next weekend. ]]> <![CDATA[Labor Day Weekend Forecast]]> Sat, 30 Aug 2014 18:22:34 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/083014+Saturday+7day+4cast.jpg Much of our Labor Day weekend will remain rain free with the exception of a 20 percent chance for a shower or storm mainly SE of DFW Sunday afternoon and evening. Sunday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with heat index values near 100. Labor Day will be very warm and breezy. Much of the upcoming week temperatures will be in the upper 90s with little to no chance for rain.]]> <![CDATA[High-Tech Radar on Southwest Planes]]> Wed, 27 Aug 2014 15:52:53 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/lr+radar+honeywell.jpg Breakthrough technology could mean safer skies for pilots and smoother rides for passengers. Advanced radar now in the cockpit of every Southwest Airlines plane will make a big difference in severe weather.

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<![CDATA[Back To School Forecast]]> Sun, 24 Aug 2014 23:42:42 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/BTS_forecast_1200x675_321689155678.jpg It's back to work and school for many of you tomorrow, and triple digit heat is expected by the afternoon.]]> <![CDATA[August 24 Sunday PM Forecast]]> Sun, 24 Aug 2014 18:54:16 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/082414+sunday+7day.jpg It's back to work and school for many of you tomorrow, and triple digit heat is expected by the afternoon. Some slight relief is on the way this week with rain chances returning and slightly cooler temperatures. Our temperatures will drop back into the mid-90s by late-week with rain chances increasing to 30% by Friday.]]> <![CDATA[Hot Sunday Ahead]]> Sat, 23 Aug 2014 19:22:57 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/082314+Saturday+7day+4cast.jpg The rest of the weekend is going to be hot with 100s in store for Sunday. Heat index values will remain below 105 which is below advisory criteria. By Tuesday, we'll drop back down into the upper 90s and introduce some rain chanches. The best chance for showers and a few storms will arrive Thursday and Friday. Highs by Friday are expected to fall into the low 90s.]]> <![CDATA[Lightning Blamed for Two House Fires in Mansfield]]> Mon, 18 Aug 2014 10:00:02 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/081714+Mansfield+Fire.jpg

Fire investigators said lightning possibly hit three to four homes and caused two of them to catch fire in Mansfield on Sunday morning.

“You wake up first thing in the morning and have a cup of coffee like any other day and three hours later you don't have a house,” said James Dopson, who lived in one of the homes that caught fire. 

“It [the fire] got pretty big, pretty fast and that was it,” said Dopson. 

It was a neighbor who alerted Dopson that his house was on fire on Sailboat Drive. He escaped with his 10-year-old daughter and cat. Fortunately, nobody was injured.

“I knew instantly that they needed help and that's what I was going to do,” said Savannah Morgan, who lives across the street from Dopson. 

Neighbors who've never met Dopson came to help, realizing the lightning that destroyed his home could have easily destroyed their own. 

“It shook the windows in the house,” said Morgan as she describes the lightning strike.  

“It sounded like a loud boom,” said another neighbor. “Something I’ve never heard before.”

Just a quarter of a mile away, another home on Poppy Drive went up in flames due to a lightning bolt earlier that morning. The roof was destroyed and a family of four was displaced, but uninjured

As crews were cleaning up the scene on Poppy Drive, they were immediately dispatched to Sailboat Drive for another fire. 

Most of Dopson's belongings inside his home on Sailboat Drive were destroyed, but he tried to salvage the very little that was left Sunday. 

“You have neighbors coming from the next block that you've never met bringing water, refreshments, food clothing and shoes,” said Dopson.

“You think to yourself, ‘There’s a lot of good people out there.”



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<![CDATA[Low Storm Chances Stick Around]]> Sun, 17 Aug 2014 18:18:08 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/081714+Sun+7day.jpg Showers and storms Sunday dumped close to 3 inches of rain out at DFW Airport and Dallas Love Field! Low storm chances stick around for tonight with the best chances south/east of DFW. We'll have a 20% chance for a few storms on Monday mainly south of DFW. Rain chances fall to 10% for Tuesday. Then we crank up the heat again and we'll see several triple digit days late this week into the weekend.]]> <![CDATA[North Texas Storms Cause Problems, Power Outages]]> Mon, 18 Aug 2014 10:21:17 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/081614+Lovers+Ln+Greenville+Ave+power+pole.jpg

Oncor is investigating what brought down power poles, lines and transformers around 4:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon in North Dallas, knocking out power to several shopping centers along Greenville Avenue near Lovers Lane and prompting a call for help. 

Lt. Ayman Ghousheh with the Dallas Fire-Rescue said the department received a call for people trapped in their cars beneath downed power lines, but by the time firefighters arrived everyone was out and safe. 

“We got a call on wires down, showed up we noticed the parking wires on top of cars, some people trying to get in some people trying to get out; it was real chaotic,” Ghousheh said. 

He said it’s unusual to see this type of damage.

“Not like this — usually we’ll get wires down, but not where a whole block and you have two poles down and both transformers are down,” said Ghousheh.

Ghousheh said he has no idea what brought the poles down, but suspected it was strong winds.

“It’s pretty dangerous. As soon as we got here we asked for additional companies to help us out just to get the scene safe,” Ghousheh said.

But, for Mark Rodkey, who was stranded without a car until Oncor could shut power off to the area — it was frightening.

“Just a big boom — we heard lightning or thunder was the big boom, or it may have been the transformer, but other people in the store saw the sparks for the transformer,” Rodkey said.

“What happened was the power went out — you heard the security alarm sensors go off and on — and then a couple seconds later all the lights went off and then they came back on and then they just shut off for good.”

Businesses were forced to shut their doors during dinner, one of the busiest time of the day. Many of the signs on the door asked customers to come back tomorrow.

“I just came to work and I just drove by and I see all these power lines down and all these businesses shut down and get to work and see we’re closed for the day,” said Camaron Martin.

As of Saturday at 9 p.m., Oncor reported 257 customers without power in Dallas County, down from a high of 16,942. Tarrant County reported 27 customers without electricity, down from 961. Denton County reported 20 customers without power, down from a high of 2,922. And Collin County had 25 customers in the dark, a decrease from 961.

Copyright Associated Press / NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth



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<![CDATA[More Storms Possible On Sunday]]> Sat, 16 Aug 2014 19:31:40 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/081614+Saturday+7day+4cast.jpg On Sunday, we have a 30% chance for an afternoon shower or storm. Heading into the week we'll enter another dry and hot stretch with more triple digits by mid-week.]]> <![CDATA[Samantha Davies Gets Married]]> Mon, 11 Aug 2014 07:34:24 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/Davies-Wedding1.jpg NBC 5's Samantha Davies got married over the weekend. Deborah Ferguson attended the wedding and shared some photos from Samantha's big day.]]> <![CDATA[NBC 5 Forecast: Slight Cold Front]]> Sun, 10 Aug 2014 18:59:06 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/081014+Sunday+7day+forecast.jpg Heading into Monday we'll have a slightly better chance for a shower or storm with temperatures dropping back into the upper 90s as a cold front arrives. More triple digits return by the end of the week and into next weekend.]]> <![CDATA[Saturday August 9 PM Forecast]]> Sat, 09 Aug 2014 18:41:20 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/080914+Saturday+web7day.jpg Today will be the 9th triple digit day of the summer so far! Both afternoons this weekend we'll have heat indices between 104 and 107 degrees. There is a small chance for an isolated shower mainly north of DFW this afternoon, but most will stay dry and hot. Heading into Monday and Tuesday we'll have a slightly better chance for a shower or storm with temperatures dropping back into the upper 90s.]]> <![CDATA[web wx SAT AM 08092014]]> Sat, 09 Aug 2014 15:43:27 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/web_wx_SAT_AM_08092014_1200x675_316813380001.jpg ]]> <![CDATA[RAW VIDEO: Hurricane Iselle Drenches Hawaii, Pounds Hilo]]> Fri, 08 Aug 2014 15:55:11 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/KNTV_000000007804517_1200x675_316590147709.jpg The rain and wind started to drench parts of the Big Island on Friday. The tropical storm took down trees and caused store signs to blow with the torrential gusts.]]> <![CDATA[Beating the Extreme Heat in DFW]]> Thu, 07 Aug 2014 16:20:23 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/hot+sun2.jpg How to beat the heat in the extreme temperatures in North Texas.

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<![CDATA[NBC 5 Forecast: Nice Outdoor Weather]]> Sun, 03 Aug 2014 18:18:18 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/080314+sunday+web7day.jpg Warmer weather will be building this week with highs back into the middle 90s Monday and upper 90s for the rest of the week. DFW should stay dry for the next several days. But a few spotty showers may pop up again Monday afternoon E/SE of Dallas and Fort Worth.]]> <![CDATA[NBC 5 Forecast: Gradually Getting Warmer]]> Sat, 02 Aug 2014 18:47:09 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/080214+saturday+7day+forecast.jpg Our quiet weather pattern is expected to continue over the next week. Upper level high pressure should build in from the west and result in a warmer and mainly dry weather pattern over the next several days. Temperatures have been below average so far this August with highs in the low 80s yesterday and a high of 90 today at DFW Airport. But we should warm back into the upper 90s by Wednesday and Thursday. The average high for this time of the year is 97 degrees.]]> <![CDATA[Cooler Temps a Welcomed Break in DFW]]> Fri, 01 Aug 2014 12:57:11 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/cooler+temps.jpg

This week’s cooler weather had a lot of people surprised, but this morning on the Trinity Trail in Fort Worth people were not complaining.

“Love it because it has been so nice,” said Tamara Linn of Bedford. “It’s not typical of Texas weather, so it’s been really great.”

Linn was out on the Trinity Trail on Friday morning riding her horse.

She says her horse loves the cooler temperatures as well.

“The horses love it,” said Linn. “The flies aren’t as bad. It’s cooler. They aren’t dying of the heat. It’s really great.”

Sara Lindberg, of Hurst, was out riding her bike on the trail Friday.

“It is so nice to come out and not sweat,” said Lindberg. “Just enjoy it and not dread going outside.”

Lindberg says she plans to take advantage of the weather.

“I have an 18-month-old, so we come outside a lot, but we are definitely outside way more when it’s like this,” she said.



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<![CDATA[A Cool Break from the Summer Heat]]> Fri, 01 Aug 2014 12:28:51 -0500 http://media.nbcdfw.com/images/213*120/cooler+temps.jpg This week’s cooler weather had a lot of people surprised, but this morning on the Trinity Trail in Fort Worth people were not complaining.

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