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This afternoon, a couple of pop-up showers and perhaps a thunderstorm are possible southeast of a Temple to Athens line. Later this evening and tonight, a weakening cluster of storms may move into North Texas from the west and affect areas west of Highway 281. A strong storm or two would be possible with this activity.
On Wednesday, temperatures will be hot in the 90s to near 100 degrees in our western counties. Most of any rain may remain outside of our region, but there is a low chance for rain south of a line from Temple to Athens. There is also a low chance for rain along and west of a line from Bowie to Mineral Wells to Goldthwaite. An isolated strong or severe storm is possible in the western area Wednesday evening with a threat for strong winds and hail.
Above normal temperatures are expected Thursday through Sunday with mostly dry conditions. There is a slight chance for storms in our southeastern counties on Thursday. Severe weather is not expected.

 
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