Hottest Temperature Record for Each Month of the Year for Dallas, Texas

by Joe Dorish 6 months ago in america

All-time Warmest Temperatures for Every Month in Dallas

Hottest Temperature Record for Each Month of the Year for Dallas, Texas

Dallas is one of the most populated and most visited cities in the United States. For all the people living in Dallas and all the tourists thinking of visiting the city, here is a list of the hottest temperature records for each month of the year.

The list can be very useful for tourists visiting Dallas at any time of the year. Also listed for each month are great places to visit in the Dallas area at that time of the year.

In addition to the record hottest temperature and places to visit for each month, I'm also listing the date and year in which the record occurred. As you can see from the weather stats below, Dallas is certainly a warm weather city.

The temperature records below date back to 1898. All the data is from the National Weather Service.

January - 93 degrees

The record high temperature for Dallas in the month of January is 93 degrees. That record high occurred on January 31, 1911.

January is a great time to visit the famed Reunion Tower in Dallas. With a height of 561 feet and an observation deck that rotates 360 degrees, visitors to the tower get fantastic views of the city and surrounding area. Only 14 buildings in Dallas are taller than the Reunion Tower.

February - 96 degrees

The hottest temperature record for Dallas in February is a balmy 96 degrees. That record high was recorded on February 25, 1904.

A great place to visit in February is the Dallas Cattle Drive Sculptures. Located in Pioneer Plaza, these larger than life bronze statues consisting of 49 steers and three trail riders are collectively the largest bronze sculpture monument in the world and quite a sight to see.

March - 100 degrees

The hottest temperature ever recorded in March in Dallas is exactly 100 degrees and it has happened twice. The first time it was 100 degrees in Dallas in March was on March 9, 1911, and the second time was on March 21, 1916.

One of the best family fun places to visit in the Dallas area in March is Six Flags Over Texas amusement park. With over 20 roller coasters and thrill rides nobody in your family will be bored with a visit here in March or any month of the year.

April - 101 degrees

The record high for April in Dallas is 101 degrees. That hottest temperature record was recorded on April 17, 2006.

April is a great month to go for a walk, hike, or bike ride along the Katy Trail in Dallas. The paved trail that runs along the old path of the Missouri-Kansas-Texas Railroad runs through the Oak Lawn and Uptown areas of Dallas.

May - 107 degrees

The hottest temperature record for the month of May in Dallas is 107 degrees. That record high occurred on May 28, 1927.

The perfect place to visit in the month of May is the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden. Covering 66 acres of ground on the southeastern shore of White Rock Lake with great views of the Dallas Skyline, there are 19 named gardens in this beautiful visitor attraction.

June - 113 degrees

The hottest weather temperature ever recorded in Dallas in any month is 113 degrees which occurred on two dates. The two dates are the 26th and 27th of June in 1980.

As the temperatures start to soar in the city in June it's a good time to head indoors and visit the Dallas World Aquarium. From sharks, manatees, crocodiles and electric eels swimming around you in tanks and exotic birds like the scarlet ibis and toucans flying around above you this is a great place to enjoy a fun afternoon in Dallas.

July - 110 degrees

The record high temperature for the month of July in Dallas is 110 degrees and it has been reached three times. The first time was on July 2, 1980, the second time was on July 18, 1980 and the third time was on July 12, 1998.

A great place to stay cool and have fun in Dallas in July is the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. This natural history and science museum has tons of interactive exhibits for kids and adults alike.

August - 112 degrees

The hottest temperature record for August in Dallas in 112 degrees which has been reached twice. The first time was on August 18, 1909, and the second time was on August 11, 1936.

The Dallas Museum of Art is a cool place to visit in August. It is one of the largest art museums in the United States and contains over 24,000 objects dating as far back as the 3rd millennium BC.

September - 111 degrees

The record hottest temperature for September in Dallas is 111 degrees. That record high was reached on September 4, 2000.

A fantastic place to have fun in Dallas in September is the Zero Gravity Amusement Park. The park only has five rides, Bungee Jump, Skycoaster, Ejection Seat, Nothin' But Net and Skyscraper, but they are all magnificently fun air-grabbing rides.

October - 106 degrees

The hottest temperature record for Dallas in October is 106 degrees. That record high occurred on October 3, 1951.

A great place to visit in Dallas in October is Thrillvania. This huge 50 acre haunted house theme park will delight and scare all visitors and is one the most highly rated international horror theme parks in the world.

November - 94 degrees

The record high temperature for Dallas in November is 94 degrees and it has been reached twice. The two days were the 2nd and 5th of November in 2017.

November is the month to remember the great tragedy that took place in Dallas at Dealey Plaza in 1963 when Lee Harvery Oswald assassinated JFK from the School Book Depository. Both sights are huge visitor attractions in Dallas.

December - 90 degrees

The hottest temperature ever recorded in Dallas in December is 90 degrees. That record high took place on December 30, 1951.

December is a good month to visit the Dallas Zoo. There are over 406 different species living in the zoo and well over 1 million people a year visit this great Dallas attraction annually.

Pioneer Plaza

All Images in this article are from Creative Commons section on Pixabay.

Reunion Tower

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