The winter months bring lots of changes in almost all regions around the world – though the winters are quite mild in Texas, they are very much different from the extremely hot, arid summers. Here are some changes to expect in winter in Dallas:
- Temperatures – the daytime highs between the beginning of December and the end of February are in the 58-65 degrees Fahrenheit and the temperatures during the night are also quite comfortable, usually in the 36-41 degrees range;
- Precipitation – geographically, Dallas is located in a region that does not get too much precipitation, the precipitation that comes in winter usually taking the form of freezing rain. Precipitation levels usually stay in the 2.1-2.6 inches range from December to March;
- Extreme weather – Dallas is located in Tornado Alley, a region frequently affected by major storms, tornados and hurricanes. However, the winter is a period of calm weather in and around the city, the increasingly storm-prone period starting when winter is over, usually in April;
- Sunny hours – mild Dallas winters come with more sunny hours than in other regions of the U.S.
All in all, what any visitor to Dallas should expect during the winter months is great weather – comfortably warm days and mild nights all through the winter holidays and in the new year as well. For roofing needs during the winter, contact https://www.lonsmith.com/.