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What’s The Weather Today Dallas? Latest Updates – January 10, 2023

Dallas’s weather is infamously unpredictable! Winters are frigid and wet, and summers are hot and steamy. The weather for today, January 10, 2023 is predicted to be clear and between 78°F and 57°F. Take a closer look at what the weather will be like today in Dallas.

During The Day

Enjoy a sunny day with highs of 78F and refreshing winds blowing from the south – southwest at 10 to 15 mph.

During The Night

A calm evening sky, moderate breezes, and a pleasant temperature of 57F are anticipated — perfect conditions for stargazing.

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What’s The Weather Today – Dallas Latest Updates – January 10, 2023

Overall Report

Temperature (Day/Night)78F / 57F
Humidity (Day/Night)53% / 45%
UV Index (Day/Night)3 of 10 / 0 of 10
Pollen CountPM 2.5
Sunrise/ Sunset7:30 am / 5:39 pm
Moonrise/Moonset9:08 pm / 10:05 am

The forecast for today in Dallas calls for bright skies, comfortable temps, and little to no humidity. Outdoor activities should be relaxing all day long because of the mild breezes. As the day progresses, remember to drink plenty of water and, if necessary, bundle up because evening temperatures might drop. Have a great day in Dallas!

Stay current on the latest weather news by checking the Weather News Today website or your local news station.

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