Strong to severe thunderstorms are possible overnight in North Texas as a cold front approaches from the west.
The threat of a tornado is not zero, but very low, according to WFAA Chief Meteorologist Pete Delkus.
The main threat of overnight storms will be heavy, widespread rain and quarter size hail.
Showers and storms will linger in the morning hours as widespread rain remains before skies begin to clear tomorrow afternoon. Saturday’s chance of rain is 70 percent, mainly in the morning hours.
Expect sunshine to return in the afternoon hours.
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Other than a few spotty showers Sunday morning, the end of the weekend should be nice. More storm chances arrives early next week! Stay tuned!
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WFAA Weather Extended Forecast:
SATURDAY: Cloudy skies with widespread (70%) showers and thunderstorms. Strong storms and heavy rain possible. Winds: S/N 10-15. High: 79.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Widespread (70%) showers and thunderstorms. Strong storms and heavy rain possible. Winds: N 10-15. Low: 61.
SUNDAY: Rain comes to an end. Turning partly sunny and warm. Winds: NE 5-10. High: 81.