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Last Map Update: Sun, Oct. 25, 2020 at 3:12:19 pm CDT

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It will be a few degrees warmer than yesterday with highs in the 60s and 70s. However, some clouds will stick around throughout the day, especially east of I-35. This will be the last warm and pleasant day before cold and rainy weather arrives for the first half of this week.
A strong cold front will arrive this evening and continue moving southeast overnight. Drizzle and light rain will develop over much of the area, especially after midnight. Temperatures will have fallen into the 40s by Monday morning in parts of North Texas.
Temperatures will fall throughout the day on Monday as the strong cold front continues to move through the area. The front is expected to clear the entire region by late Monday afternoon. Rainfall will become more widespread with heavier rainfall and isolated thunderstorms possible across portions of North Texas. No severe weather is expected.
Multiple rounds of cold rain are expected across the region through at least mid-week. There is the potential for light freezing rain to develop across parts of our far northwestern counties late Monday night -Tuesday morning. Continue to monitor the forecast as details will continue to be refined.

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