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A potent area of low pressure will bring multiple weather threats to North and Central Texas starting Sunday afternoon, and lasting into the morning hours on Monday. The first threat will be in the form of severe thunderstorms, most likely in the red shaded region of the graphic, roughly along and west of the I-35/35W corridor late Sunday afternoon and lingering into the evening hours. Damaging wind gusts and large hail will be the main hazards, but a few tornadoes cannot be ruled out. The second threat--heavy rainfall-- will be greatest late Sunday night and into Monday morning. This heavy rainfall may lead to localized flooding issues, especially along and east of Interstate 35/35W.
There will be a chance of thunderstorms this afternoon, mainly across the western-most counties. A few storms could become severe late this afternoon (also across the western counties) with large hail and damaging winds. Most areas across North and Central Texas will stay dry today with only slight chances of rain. Better rain chances will arrive tonight. Otherwise, highs will be in the 70s and winds out of the southeast around 10 MPH.
Showers and thunderstorms expected Sunday and Monday for North and Central Texas. Severe storms possible, especially Sunday afternoon/evening and heavy rain overnight. The rest of the week looks dry with high temperatures in the 70s and mild overnight lows in the 50s in most areas. Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop Sunday afternoon and evening, mainly west of Interstate 35. Some of these thunderstorms could be severe, with the main threats being hail, damaging wind gusts, and perhaps an isolated tornado. The severe threat will spread east into the late evening hours.

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