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Fall-like weather will continue across North and Central TX this week, including Thanksgiving Day! Despite the passage of a cold front on Tuesday, it'll remain mostly rain-free, though a few sprinkles will be possible on Monday and on Tuesday. Most areas will remain completely dry, however. Skies each day will range between sunny and partly sunny with mostly clear to partly cloudy nights.
Here is the latest drought monitor, released on 11/17/17 from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Note that this map is valid for the areas serviced by the National Weather Service in Fort Worth. Little to no measurable rain is forecast over the next week for our area.

 
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