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1:18 PM Radar: Light to moderate rain continues across mostly #ctxwx & East Texas early this afternoon, but the cold front is on it’s way. We expect some showers and storms to develop along the cold front after 4 pm. Some storms could be strong/severe #txwx
The weekend ahead will feature warm and dry weather for most locations. A strong cold front will pass late Sunday night or early Monday morning, bringing more widespread rain chances. #txwx #dfwwx #ctxwx
After a cool day tomorrow following tonight's cold front, a warming trend will commence. Another cold front will arrive late this weekend, bringing temperatures back down to near normal. #txwx #dfwwx #ctxwx
Wednesday is expected to be a pleasant fall day in the wake of the front that passed through the area last night. Highs will be in the mid 60s to low 70s with northerly winds at 10 to 20 mph. Skies will be clear for northern counties with greater cloud cover further south. #txwx
Delay walking your dog until sunset while we're in this midst of this heat wave. Those sidewalks are HOT! Our infrared thermometer measured 136 degrees this afternoon on the sidewalk. These temperatures are hot enough to burn Fido's paws. #TexasHeat #txwx #dfwwx #ctxwx
Fall officially starts Monday, but there's no sign of it in the 7-day forecast. Someone call tech support!
FYI: This "tornado" picture near Franklin on social media this afternoon appears to be an illusion of a white object on a dashboard reflecting off a windshield. While a significant tornado did occur, spotters reported it was completely shrouded in rain. #txwx #ctxwx #dfwwx