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A very pleasant weekend is in store with plenty of sun and no rain. Each day will start out in the 50s and lower 60s with temperatures climbing into the upper 70s and 80s in the afternoon. Light winds are expected.
Unsettled weather is expected next week as a potent upper level trough swings through the central plains and a dryline will sharpen across western North TX. The dryline will extend south towards the Big Country. A few storms may develop near the dryline on Tuesday afternoon, some of which may be strong. Rain chances will then spread eastward over the remainder of North and Central TX on Wednesday. Check back to updates to the forecast!

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Daily Precipitation Maps for North Texas

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This webpage will update by 10 AM every day. Images are created from a combination of Doppler radar precipitation estimates and reliable ground-based rain gauges. Some totals may be unrepresentative.