It was a soggy start to the school year for some students Wednesday morning, but the rain tapered off by lunchtime. It'll get a little cooler for the drive home.
The much talked about “cold front” is moving through North Texas.
Skies will become partly sunny through the afternoon. A few isolated showers and storms may redevelop over the southern portions of North Texas late Wednesday afternoon.
Temperatures will be cooler and the humidity not as oppressive. Daytime highs will range from the low 90’s along the Red River, mid-90’s around the DFW area and upper 90’s farther south. Temperatures will return to at or above normal temperatures heading into the weekend.
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TODAY: Showers and storms (60%), mainly before Midday. Winds: NE 5-10. High: 94.
TONIGHT: Partly cloudy and mild. Winds: SE 5-10. Low: 78.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny and hot. Winds: SE 5-10. High 97.