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A clear and cool evening is in store for north and central Texas, as surface high pressure remains settled across the area. As we approach nightfall, temperatures will drop in the clear and dry air into the 60s early, then into the 50s most places by 8 pm CDT and after. Long sleeves and/or light jackets may be needed for some.
Temperatures will be near or below normal to start the weekend with mostly clear skies. Warmer temperatures and increased humidity will return on Sunday.
Above normal temperatures will return again next week with highs in the 80s and lows in the 60s. There will be little to no chance for rain during this time.

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