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Spring 2024 weather forecast for Fort Worth

Prepare for spring weather in Fort Worth with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.

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Weather you like it or not, spring is here.

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We know the question on your mind, Fort Worthians — when’s it going to get hot?

Thanks to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center, we know what temperatures and precipitation trends to expect in our city for the rest of March, April, and May. While exact weather conditions typically can’t be predicted more than a week in advance, here’s a seasonal outlook to help you prepare for what spring weather brings.

In case you missed it: The first day of spring was on Tuesday, March 19.

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According to the NOAA, our temperatures could go either way this season.

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🌡️ Temperature

Things could go... either way. This spring, Fort Worth has an equal chance of temperatures being higher or lower than normal. Personally, we wouldn’t hate if the heat held off a bit longer.

🌨️ Precipitation

Just like with temperatures, we’re not sure if we should expect more or less precipitation this season. While our East Texas neighbors might see more precipitation than average, our friends in West Texas have a 33-40% chance of seeing below average rainfall this spring.

Mild March

While March tends to bring some rain, sunnier days often become more prevalent this month in Cowtown — which is in line with what we’ve experienced so far. Temperatures start heating up, with an average high of 67.8°.

Active April

Historically, April is when rain decreases and sun increases here in Fort Worth. With an average high of 75°, April is our favorite time of year to get outdoors — whether it be bringing the pup out and about, taking our meals outside, or enjoying a hike.

Muggy May

Did you know that May is typically Fort Worth’s wettest month of the year, with an average of 2.99 inches of rainfall? This is also when temperatures really heat up, with an average high of 81.7° and average low of 64°. Want to escape the heat and rain? Try these indoor activities.

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