Flower Mound, Texas is a small town in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex area of North Central Texas. With its rolling hills and proximity to major cities, it provides a unique balance between urban convenience and a small-town atmosphere.

The weather in Flower Mound is typical for North Central Texas; generally mild winters and hot summers with occasional strong thunderstorms during spring months. Average temperatures range from lows of 28°F (-2°C) during winter months to highs of 96°F (36°C) during late summer/early fall months. Temperatures can fluctuate significantly due to strong winds usually coming from the north while temperatures in winter often drop below freezing.
Demographically, Flower Mound has been steadily growing over the last few decades due to its relatively affordable housing prices compared to nearby metropolitan areas such as Dallas-Fort Worth and Austin. The population was estimated at 77,000 as of 2019 with a median household income of $107,900 (as compared with the national median household income of $60,293). According to census data collected by Data USA, 78% identify as White with quickly rising Hispanic communities making up approximately 16%. Other ethnicities make up roughly 6%.

In addition to being known for its pleasant climate conditions and low crime rates, Living Magazine placed Flower Mound at number one on its list as being amongst “The Best Places To Live In The South” — citing family-oriented neighborhoods perfect for those who want access to all amenities while still living among natural areas such as parks and walking trails that stretch throughout this vibrant city!