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The potential for very heavy rainfall and flooding will increase across all of North and Central Texas Monday through Wednesday. A slow moving upper low will combine with a slow-moving cold frontal boundary and copious moisture to produce several days of rain and thunderstorms. Many areas will see two to four inches of rain with heavier amounts possible.
A front will become stationary near the I-20 corridor this evening and then lift back toward the Red River before daybreak Sunday. There will be a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms overnight north of a Cisco, Denton to Sulphur Springs line. Lows will be in the 60s.
Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop late Sunday afternoon ahead of a dryline west of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. These storms will move south and east through the evening hours. A few of these thunderstorms could be severe, with large hail likely to be the main hazard.

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