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A Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect through 7 AM for counties along the Red River. Damaging winds will be the main hazard with storms moving southward from Oklahoma, but hail is also possible.
A line of strong to severe storms will continue to slide east- southeast and affect counties along the immediate Red River from Nocoan, to Gainesville, then eventually Sherman through 2 am CDT Sunday morning. Hail to the size of nickels and quarters, gusts to 60 mph, brief heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning can be expected. If outdoors in this area, take cover if possible.
A complex of storms is expected to track southward into North Texas after midnight. While this complex is expected to gradually weaken with time and southward extent, it will still be capable of producing damaging wind gusts, large hail, and even a tornado or two primarily north of I-20 and east of US-81.
Some scattered storms are possible on Sunday along a stalling front in Central Texas. The front's location and the thunderstorm potential will depend highly on any thunderstorms that may occur Saturday night. A few storms could be strong or severe on Sunday afternoon or evening.

 
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