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Last Map Update: Wed, Sep. 20, 2017 at 6:45:16 pm CDT

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There will be a chance of isolated thunderstorms west of Interstate 35/35W late this evening into the early night time. Lows will remain in the 70s across the region, with southerly winds around 10 mph.
There will be low storm chances during the afternoon on Thursday. There will be two areas that will be susceptible to thunderstorms. The first one will be west of a Decatur-Mineral Wells-Comanche line. The second area will be associated with sea breeze convection coming up from the southeast. That area will be south of an Emory to Ennis to Gatesville line. Highs will be in the low 90s across the southeast, with mid 90s elsewhere.
The current stretch of dry weather (23 days) has matched or exceeded the previous longest dry streak of 2017 at both DFW and Waco. Previously, the longest period of no measurable rainfall was from late January through early February when both DFW and Waco were dry for over 3 weeks.

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