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It'll be a warm and breezy overnight period with overnight lows in the mid to upper 50s. Some areas across East TX may fall into the mid 50s. Winds speeds of 15 to 25 MPH are expected.
The threat for very heavy rainfall and flooding will increase across all of North Texas Monday through Wednesday of next week. A slow moving upper low will combine with a stalled frontal boundary and copious amounts of moisture to produce several days of rain and thunderstorms. Many areas will see 2-4" of rain with heavier amounts possible.
A dryline will move into the region Sunday afternoon and will likely help a few storms develop. Any storms that develop would have the potential to be severe with mainly a large hail threat. Most of this activity is expected to remain west of I-35.
It'll be warm and windy on Friday as south winds of 15 to 25 MPH overspread the area. Winds may gusts around 35 MPH, especially west of I-35. Afternoon high temperatures will climb into the 70s and 80s area-wide. Skies will start out mostly cloudy with partial clearing from west to east through the day.

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