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It will continue to cool through the evening with rain ending from northwest to southeast. Rain chances will be highest in the southeast counties through about 9 pm to midnight.
Skies will clear and precipitation chances will end across the entire region overnight. Temperatures will fall into the lower 40s across the north and west and into the mid and upper 40s across the remainder of the region.
A pleasant day is in store tomorrow, with highs in the 70s regionwide. Will only see a few high clouds streaming across the sky, with northwesterly winds between 5 and 10 mph.
Another (weaker) cold front will move through the region Thursday night. There may be just enough moisture for a few showers across the northeast portions of the forecast area. Otherwise, temperatures will fall into the upper 40s and lower 50s across the region.
A slight warming trend is in store Friday and through the upcoming weekend. High temperatures by Sunday will be in the upper 70s to lower 80s across North and Central Texas with no precipitation chances until early next week.

 
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