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Could Be Record-Breaking Cold To Start Wednesday, April 21 In DFW

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The low is expected to be 37 degrees.

Video Transcript

- Let's take a moment, talk weather. And a little bit of a frosty night ahead, maybe even more than that for some. Erin Moran, how low do you think we're going to go tonight?

ERIN MORAN: You know, at DFW I do think we're going to break a record. We're forecasting a low of 37 degrees for tomorrow morning. The record currently sitting at 39 degrees, that was set back in 1918. Because we're expecting temperatures to dip into the low and mid 30s across all of North Texas, there actually are some advisories and warnings in place.

There's a freeze warning for everyone that you see highlighted in the darker purple. So that's mainly to the north of Dallas, Fort Worth, out to the west. And you can see for some of our northeastern counties as well. But a frost advisory now in place for Tarrant and Dallas counties, areas farther south as well. So we do want you to cover up those sensitive plants if you haven't done so already. We're expecting some patchy frost to develop. And that would likely cause some issues for anyone who kind of replacing what was damaged back in February.

But this is short lived. We've got the record low for tomorrow morning. And then we warm up to 63 for tomorrow afternoon, upper 60s on Thursday, mid 70s on Friday. Do have to watch for some showers and storms in the afternoon and evening. Possibility of some stronger storms so we'll keep an eye on that. And then this all clears out for the weekend. So we've got a cloudy start Saturday, but sunshine in the afternoon with a high of 76, up to 81 on Sunday. Doug.

- OK. Sounds good. Thank you so much for giving us a good heads up and--