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Rain Through Friday

North and Central Texas

Widespread showers and thunderstorms develop along a cold front and move south through the night. Heavy rain and minor flooding will be the primary hazards. Drier air moves in Friday and should make for a pleasant end to the workweek.

Wednesday and Thursday’s weather will feature a wavering stationary front that causes temperatures to fluctuate between the 50s behind the cool air to the 70s ahead. This front will produce gray, damp, and humid conditions across the region. Scattered showers and thunderstorms will develop and impact the area Wednesday and Thursday. The most likely rainfall amounts through Thursday will range from a half inch to an inch and a half over North Texas to a quarter to three-quarters inch over Central Texas. On Friday, the front will finally clear the region with more sunshine and highs in the 60s and 70s with lows in the 50s. There will be a slight chance of showers Saturday night with another fast-moving front.

Saturday will be warm and breezy, with highs in the 80s for most. A dryline will advance into North Texas late in the day and may support the development of thunderstorms in the afternoon. The severe threat is uncertain at this time. Details that are yet to come into focus are:

  • The number of moisture returns ahead of the dryline.
  • The strength of the lift and cap.
  • The amount of general instability.

A cold front will move through overnight and lower temperatures Sunday.

Today and Tonight

Isolated thunderstorms are possible across North Texas today and

tonight. The severe threat is low, but a few storms may be able to

produce small hail and brief heavy rain.

Thursday through Tuesday

Isolated thunderstorms are possible Thursday, with widespread showers

and thunderstorms expected Thursday night. Some storms may produce

heavy rain and localized minor flooding Thursday night. The severe

threat will remain low, with small hail being the main hazard.

Thunderstorm chances return Saturday. The severe threat is uncertain

at this time.


The NWS does not expect spotter activation at this time.

South Central and Southwest Arkansas, North Central and Northwest Louisiana, Southeast Oklahoma, and East and Northeast Texas

Rain chances will be highest on Wednesday across areas mainly north of the Interstate 20 Corridor.

Wednesday through Monday

Scattered to numerous showers and a few thunderstorms will continue

at times Wednesday through Friday across portions of extreme

Northeast Texas, Southeast Oklahoma, and Southwest Arkansas are near and north of a weak frontal system that will remain stationary over the

area. Heavy rainfall will be possible, with widespread rainfall

amounts of one to two inches, with isolated higher amounts of up to

three inches possible. It may result in minor flooding of low-lying, poor drainage areas before the rain diminishes Friday morning.

Additional isolated to scattered showers and a few thunderstorms

will return to the area Saturday night and Sunday near another weak

surface front before cooler and drier conditions, return to the area



The NWS does not expect spotter activation at this time.