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DFW ties record low for Nov. 1, only second time area has seen freezing temps this day

The normal temperature for this time of year is 52 degrees, more than 20 degrees warmer than what was recorded Friday morning.

For the second time ever on record, we've had a freeze on November 1.

The temperature at DFW Airport hit 31 degrees shortly after 6 a.m. Friday. That ties the record low of 31 on this day from 1906.

The normal temperature is 52, so North Texas is very chilly for this time of year.

There is not much of a wind, so at least wind chills won't be as miserable as yesterday.

Watch out for some frost on your cars if you park outside, and any slick areas caused by those who forgot to turn off their sprinklers.

Plenty of sunshine will be around again today, so afternoon highs will be warmer than yesterday. Looking like upper 50s later this afternoon for most parts of North Texas with some areas even reaching 60 degrees.


We'll actually have another front move through North Texas this weekend. BUT this front will not be like the last front. It will not bring rain, and really just delay the warm-up instead of bringing another cold blast.

Morning temps will be above freezing for most this weekend, but still quite chilly in the 30s. Afternoons will warm into the upper 50s to low 60s with plenty of sunshine.

Remember to download the WFAA app to check one of our dozens of local radars near you as well as the latest forecast, cameras and current conditions.