Leave the jackets at home this week. Summer has arrived early with higher than average temperatures for late May.
Highs are going to be 91 to 94 degrees throughout the week, said Daniel Huckaby, a National Weather Service meteorologist. "Normal highs for this time of year are still in the 80s," he said.
It's OK to turn on the air conditioning, but don't expect to see record breaking temperatures just yet. Sunday's high peaked at 92 degrees as Grapevine wrapped up its 24th annual Main Street Days. But Huckaby added: "If we were to reach the upper 90s, however, we could set records for this time of year."
A few overnight and morning clouds will appear later in the week, but most days expect sunshine, blue skies and a warm breeze, with winds averaging 10 to 15 mph.
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