Weather In Dallas

February 5, 2011 by USA Post 

Weather In Dallas, New weather in Dallas was pretty good this week. Yet the weather forecast for Dallas this weekend was expected to get better. Temperatures were projected to climb, while others no major snowfall or ice storms that had been expected. Since the Super Bowl is indoors, much of this is to mute the game itself. However, recent forecasts indicate that conditions Dallas could still be difficult for the fans coming.
Dallas Sunday’s forecast now projects freezing fog for hours of the morning, followed by another rain or snow, the potential of night. Although fans Cowboys Stadium will be grilled hot inside, it can be a difficult round to get there.

Bridges, ramps and highways are still potentially dangerous in the region. Traffic is sure to be a bumper positioned Cowboys Stadium because of the volume and the need to drive carefully. Therefore, drivers should be extra aware of their surroundings at all times.

If the new projections Dallas weather forecast is right, and worst conditions arrive, then it will add another level of difficulty. Even if they go to the stadium safely, however, the danger cannot be completely gone.
Outdoor festivities planned for the weekend have also been “upside down” with the organizers scrambling to keep the show running and tickets to some events of half-price sale.

But Sunday’s weather is what football fans are really worried. According to The Weather Channel, Dallas can expect a high of 50 degrees and partly cloudy skies, with a probability of 10 per cent of rainfall.

So what looks like the winter landscape, as in the Dallas-Fort Worth? Surge office Twitpic mined for some graphic evidence.
Just two days before Sunday’s Super Bowl, Dallas-Fort Worth residents already struggling with the ice conditions were affected by 6 inches of snow, forcing officials to cancel flights and close both Dallas airports.

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