Severe weather chances diminish for much of North Texas Friday night

Storm chances are still possible across parts of North Texas, but the chances for severe weather have decreased for the Metroplex.

A couple of storms began popping up on the radar to the west and southwest of the Metroplex just before noon.

There was some small hail that came down in parts of North Texas during those storms, but most of the Metroplex has just seen rain.

A second round could emerge for areas north of Dallas and Fort Worth. A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was issued for Montague, Cooke, Jack, Wise, Denton, and Grayson counties until midnight.

Storms move out early overnight, leaving a quiet weekend for North Texas.

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