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The best rain chances through the afternoon hours will be across western North Texas and the Big Country. A few storms could be strong to severe with downburst winds being the main hazard. Heavy Rain and frequent cloud-to-ground lightning will also be storm threats. Otherwise, it'll be hot with temperatures in the 90s to near 101 degrees. Heat index values will climb to near 105 degrees in some spots.
There will be a potential for showers and thunderstorms this evening ahead of a very diffuse cool front. Strong to near-severe downburst and heavy rain will remain possible. Overnight low temperatures will fall into the 70s area-wide.
With heat index values near 105 degrees today in some parts of North and Central Texas, be sure to protect your family and pets from the heat!

 
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