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Isolated thunderstorms are expected today mainly along and north of Interstate 20. Locally heavy rainfall and lightning will be the main threats. Highs will be in the mid to upper 90s with heat indices near 105 degrees.
Low temperatures will be in the lower to middle 70s tonight. Skies will generally be mostly clear, but expect increasing cloud cover overnight near the Red River. There is a small potential that a complex of thunderstorms may drift south of the TX/OK border late tonight and towards Saturday morning, bringing a risk for thunderstorms to the northern two rows of counties. Main threats would be brief heavy rainfall and cloud to ground lightning.
This weekend and early next week will feature hot temperatures with daily heat index values around 100-107 degrees, and generally low thunderstorm chances across the region. Given how hot it will be, any thunderstorms that develop during the afternoon will be capable of producing gusty downburst winds, along with brief heavy rainfall.

 
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