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An approaching upper level storm system will result in increasing moisture across North Texas later today and scattered showers along with a few thunderstorms will develop late this evening to the west. These showers and storms will slowly spread east through the night mainly impacting northwest parts of the region. Better rain chances will spread across all of North Texas on Saturday.
Widespread rainfall and storms are expected through much of the day on Saturday. Late afternoon and evening, a cold front will move through the region. A couple strong or severe storms may develop along the front with the potential for hail and strong winds. Activity will exit the area from west to east overnight.
In wake of Saturday's cold front, mild conditions will occur on Sunday. Clouds will hold across northeast Texas keeping temperatures in the 60s while areas southwest climb into the low 70s. Winds will be out of the northwest at 10-20 mph.

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