The temperature for the most part in March is going to be mild, although Dallas has been known to have winter slip past the end of February a couple times. Overall, around the middle of March however the entire day will be nice and calm. You will most likely want to wear short sleeves and a light pair of pants or jeans, but I would keep a light jacket, possibly even a rain jacket with you in case the occasional drizzle makes it way.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Dallas is a very metropolitan area, so the chances of you needing camping gear are slim to none.
Luggage and bags:
Always travel small. If you are coming by plane, just bring a carry on bag. No one will notice if you wear the same pair of jeans on a couple days of the trip!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: December in Dallas is truly a mixed bag. So far in 2007, we have had a day in the 80's several in the 30's, and plenty in between. The normal average is in the high 50's, so bring a couple things for the warmer side of that and for the colder side of that.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Available for purchase very easily around the greater DFW area.
If you are coming to Dallas from April-mid September, bring light clothes and sunscreen. Also bring a raincoat, you never know what the weather will do. Bug replient isn't a bad idea either.
From late September-March, the weather remains usually around 50-60 degrees. Very pleasent. Snow is rare, but sometimes there are cold spells. Bring a coat just in case.
Luggage and bags:
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