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A Flash Flood Watch is is in effect thru Saturday afternoon for parts of the area. Widespread heavy rain is expected, especially near and northwest of a Stephenville to Denton to Sherman line. The most likely time frame for widespread heavy rain and Flash Flooding will be tonight into Saturday morning. Rainfall totals will generally be in the 2 to 4 inch range, with isolated higher amounts of closer to 6-8 inches possible.
Widespread showers and thunderstorms will be ongoing this evening across most of North and Central Texas. Rain will be heavy at times with flash flooding possible. Gusty winds and cloud-to-ground lightning will also be possible.
Here are a few flash flood safety tips. Be cautious of areas that are prone to flooding and be especially cautious at night when it's harder to recognize flood dangers. Never drive through flooded roadways!
Astronomical Fall starts this Saturday September 22nd. On this day, both hemispheres receive the same amount of radiation. Day and night are nearly equal in length (approximately 12 hours). Days will slowly become shorter and nights will be longer.

 
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