North Texas rain comes to an end

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Rain, rain...go away, yet it sticks around another day!

Cool and WET again although there will be the heaviest rain early this morning before it tapers to more showers by afternoon. Throw in a north wind, and temps will struggle all day... in the 50s this morning, and only low 60s PM. Areas west will likely dry out PM, while DFW east will see lower coverage showers.

Tonight may see FOG with light winds behind the storm, which will linger early Thursday.
Tomorrow turns partly sunny BUT another strong disturbance arrives PM-eve with a cold front. Winds will pick up in the afternoon and temps in the low 70s will actually drop late day along with 20% showers.

Friday is nicest, with a cool start (40s) and a mild finish (70+).

Saturday turns partly sunny and windy with warm temps near 80 ahead of our next cold front Easter Sunday.

That's a very HARD forecast at this point as this strong front will move in early in the day. Mild readings in the 60s early will change depending on where you live. Metroplex may get briefly into the 60s to near 70 before FALLING into the 50s PM. Northern areas may stay in the 50s all day with a brisk north wind. Southern counties could be well into the 70s to near 80. It's a wait and see at this point. There will also be 20% showers possible.

Monday looks cooler with spotty showers in the 60s, warming into the 70s Tuesday with 30% showers or storms possible.