The temperature was around -15 degrees Celsius on Thursday morning, which was the hottest ever recorded in Dallas.
The city recorded over 40 millimetres of rain.
The area was hit hard by the record-breaking rain, which dropped down to the outskirts of the city, hitting the streets of the area where the storm hit hardest.
Many people in the area were forced to shelter in their homes as the city was forced to evacuate its residents.
According to the National Weather Service, the temperature in Dallas reached a record high of 51 degrees Celsius, the hottest temperature ever recorded.
It is now believed that the city has been hit by at least 10 tropical storms this year.
However, the weather event is not over yet, as another rain event is forecast for the area on Friday.
According a local official, the rain is expected to continue until Friday, which is when the temperature will drop again.
The rain event will cause the city to be hit by another storm which will also affect the surrounding areas.
The weather service warned that it is not safe for people to travel around the area and advised people to stay inside their homes.
A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for the city of Dallas for at least two hours.