Off and on light showers are expected throughout the majority of the day today. Temperatures will stay in the 40s!
Widespread rain moves in tonight from the west. Expect a wet and chilly Wednesday, with highest coverage of rain from the I-35 Corridor eastward. Once this disturbances exits, drier and seasonable air returns to end the work week.
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After a chilly Tuesday morning, clouds increase ahead of the next disturbance. By Tuesday night, rain moves in and spreads from west to east. Along the Red River, a few sleet pellets and/or snow may mix in with the cold rain. A second disturbance brings another round of cold rain Wednesday afternoon and night. North Texas dries out to end the week.
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Rain moves in Tuesday night and clears out by midday Thursday. Cooler temperatures will accompany the rain, but sunshine and 60s await us for the weekend.
Dry, cool weather to start the week but a Pacific storm kicks in Tuesday and may linger through Thursday morning with clouds and at least a couple of chances for rain.
Rain moves back into our western counties late Tuesday night with it becoming more widespread for Wednesday and Thursday. A few embedded thunderstorms could be possible on Thursday, but severe weather is not a concern. Rain looks to clear out by Thursday night with sunshine returning on Friday.
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It's cold this morning, but we'll warm up nicely. High temperatures are expected in the low-mid 50s today & tomorrow!
The weekend started off great and will end that way as well! Rain chances will steadily increase midweek, but looks to clear out of here in time for the following weekend. Temperatures for the most part will be near seasonal with Wednesday looking to be the coolest of the stretch.
Sunshine returns today! Highs will be in the 50s, with gusty north winds.
Here's a quick look at your afternoon!
Spotty showers this morning, with better rain/storm chances this afternoon. We dry out by tomorrow morning!
A series of winter storms will move across the country, bringing frigid conditions, snow and rain to many areas.
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Rain chances stick around today as spotty showers. Staying cool all afternoon!
Moderate rainfall is continuing for the majority of the metroplex. Rain coverage will continue to increase over the next hour or so, before tapering off this afternoon. Temps will stay in the 40s and 50s all day!
Showers and thunderstorms that developed over the Dallas – Fort Worth area Thursday morning caused many traffic problems and some power outages.
Rain expands this morning as north winds drive down cooler air. The rain becomes spottier tonight through Friday morning, then picks up in the evening with temps still in 50s.