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Dallas: Dry, Hot Conditions to Build Through the Weekend, Workweek

A ridge of high pressure will be the catalyst behind dry, hot conditions for the next several days in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. Sunshine will prevail with high temperatures in the mid- to upper 90s F with a south wind through Sunday.

"An upper-level ridge will become stronger as we head into the second half of the weekend causing an increase in high temperature," AccuWeather Meteorologist Maggie Samuhel said.

Residents living in the area will experience triple-digit temperatures for the first time this year with daytime highs expected to rise to 101 degrees Fahrenheit on Monday and Tuesday.

"Dew points in the 60s F and 70s F will make conditions very uncomfortable," Samuhel added.

"AccuWeather RealFeel® temperatures will be in the mid- to upper 100s F in most areas on Monday and Tuesday during the afternoon hours."

Fans heading to Globe Life Park in Arlington to catch the Rangers against the Padres should expect ideal conditions for baseball.

Temperatures will drop out of the triple digits on Wednesday, but conditions will remain warm and dry with high temperatures expected to be in the mid-90s F.