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There will be a threat for showers and thunderstorms east of Highway 281 on Sunday afternoon. A few storms could be strong with gusty winds. Afternoon temperatures will reach the 60s and 70s. Behind the dryline, the fire weather threat may increase due to the combination of above normal temperatures, strong winds and low afternoon humidity. A Fire Weather Watch is in effect from 11 am Sunday through 9 PM Sunday night for areas shaded in light brown.
A Fire Weather Watch is in effect for areas across the western North Texas from 11 AM on Sunday through 9 PM Sunday night. Dry, windy and warm conditions along with dry vegetation will likely result in a critical toe extreme wildfire threat. Outdoor burning is not recommended.
After some morning clouds, sunshine will push temperatures into the 50s for the first time since Monday. The clouds may hang around Central Texas much of the day; drizzle or sprinkles of light rain will be possible in the Waco/Temple/Killeen area late tonight. Breezy south winds will result in a remarkably mild weekend. Scattered thunderstorms will accompany precede a dryline and cold front on Sunday. But unlike its predecessor, this weaker front will not diminish temperatures much, and generally above normal daytime temperatures will prevail during the upcoming workweek.

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