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Last Map Update: Mon, Oct. 19, 2020 at 10:18:20 pm CDT

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A warm front will move northward overnight, leading to warmer and more humid conditions along with some low rain chances. Some drizzle and showers or isolated storms are possible across parts of North and East Texas. Most areas will stay dry.
Following a cool start, the middle portion of the week will see above normal temperatures and mostly sunny skies. Highs will be in the 80s with lows in the 60s.
Another cold front is expected on Friday, which will bring temperatures back below normal into the weekend. A few isolated showers and thunderstorms will be possible ahead of the cold front, but coverage and amounts will be light.
With La Nina conditions expected to prevail throughout the upcoming winter, warmer than normal temperatures will likely dominate the southern half of the country. While cold outbreaks into Texas will still occur, La Nina winters tend to have fewer winter weather events.
La Nina winters tend to be drier than normal across the southern tier of states. As a result, drought conditions are likely to develop. In addition, the abundant growth during our wet spring and wet September will both contribute to an enhanced wildfire threat, particularly after the first freeze of the season.

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