It will be hot on today in the South, a phrase those who live there are used to hearing.
With what should feel like fall, temperatures in the Southern Plains will be near record-breaking.
Areas in Texas, Oklahoma and even Kansas will see high temperatures in the 90s.
Some spots could see temperatures as high as 20-25 degrees above normal.
For Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, highs are projected to be in the middle 90s today, where average temperatures usually are only in the mid-70s this time of year.
For spots in the panhandle of Texas, temperatures usually are only in the middle to upper 70s, but highs could approach triple digits this afternoon.
Here are some record high temperatures that could be broken today:
- Dallas/Fort Worth, TX – 96 degrees set in 2017
- Dallas area – 94 degrees set in 2017
- Oklahoma City, OK – 96 degrees set in 1965
- Waco, TX – 94 degrees set in 2017
- Houston, TX – 94 degrees set in 2017
- Lubbock, TX – 93 degrees set in 1965
- Little Rock, AR – 92 degrees in 2010
The area won't see a relief from the heat until Monday morning. A low pressure system will move through the area tomorrow evening, bringing severe weather and cooler temperatures.
Stay with FOX Weather for updates on these severe storms.