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Another warm and humid night is in store for North and Central Texas with overnight lows mainly in the 70s.
A pattern change will send a cold front southward into North Texas by the middle of next week which will bring some rain and thunderstorms chances to the region. Temperatures will also return to near or below normal with highs in the 70s and low 80s on Wednesday and Thursday.
Temperatures will begin to feel more like fall next week as a cold front moves into North and Central Texas. Along with the rain, temperatures will cool substantially with highs in the 70s by next Friday.

 
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