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Finally: DFW's rain-free streak is over

Rain chances will decrease the rest of the week, but temps should stay closer to normal.

DALLAS — The rainless streak at DFW Airport was broken on Wednesday!  

DFW Airport went 67 days without seeing measurable rain from June 4 to Aug. 9. That's the second-longest streak on record.

Credit: WFAA

Rest of the week

Friday will not be a repeat of the middle part of the week, where North Texas saw scattered storms and heavy downpours around the area. 

There is a chance of an isolated or spotty shower or storm, but the coverage will be much less than the last couple of days. 

Credit: WFAA

Even without as much rain around, high temps should be held in check and close to normal for the time in the summer.

That's still hot with highs in the mid to upper 90s, but not as bad as well above 100°.

Triple-digits will return

After a break from the triple-digits, it looks like they will return by the end of the weekend into next week. 

But there's also potentially more hope on the horizon! A pattern shift may happen toward the end of next week which could give us another cool-down and a return of rain chances.

Credit: WFAA

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