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A broken line of showers and thunderstorms is moving into North Texas from the north this evening. Areas from Jacksboro to Decatur will have the best chance for storms over the next hour. Gusty winds...small hail...and frequent lightning will be the main threats.
A thunderstorm complex is moving southeast out of Oklahoma and will affect northeastern counties of North Texas this evening and tonight. Severe weather is not expected at this time, but a few storms could be strong with gusty winds, small hail, frequent lightning and brief heavy rain. Activity will diminish late tonight with the loss of surface heating. Not everyone will see storms, but rain chances will increase the farther northeast you go.
An upper level ridge will keep North and Central Texas dry and unseasonably warm Friday through the early part of next week. Low thunderstorm chances will return Tuesday afternoon southeast of a Goldthwaite to Sulphur Springs line and area wide next Wednesday as an upper level disturbance approaches. We'll have lows in the upper 50s to mid 60s and highs mostly in the 80s.

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