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Last Map Update: Sun, Nov. 19, 2017 at 7:52:17 pm CST

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High clouds will continue to stream across the region tonight. Light south winds will return, but with dry air still in place, temperatures will fall into the 30s in many areas. Temperatures should remain above freezing regionwide, and the wind should prevent any frost.
Fall-like temperatures are expected this week as we approach Thanksgiving Day. Highs will be in the mid to upper 60s north, and in the lower 70s south. Overnight lows will be in the 40s for most locations, with upper 30s possible Wednesday Night along the Red River. By late week, a gradual warming trend is expected, with highs forecast to reach into the 70s for most locations by Friday. Rain chances will be very low throughout the week.
Thanksgiving Day will be a little above normal on temperatures, but nice otherwise with sunny skies and light winds.
Here is the latest drought monitor, released on 11/17/17 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Note that this map is valid for the areas serviced by the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. Little to no measurable rain is forecast over the next week for our area.

 
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