It will be a noisy night for some North Texans as widespread showers and storms will continue to develop through the overnight hours.
Most storms will be noisy and capable of producing heavy rain. We're not expecting widespread severe weather, but some storms could turn strong with the main concerns being gusty winds and localized flash flooding. Activity should taper off by daybreak with additional storms possible Sunday afternoon.
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Motorists should stay alert to ponding on area roadways and localized flooding overnight.
Some lingering showers or storms are possible first thing Sunday, especially in northeastern North Texas, but not everyone will see rain. Sunday afternoon pop-up showers or storms are possible, but coverage will not be high. Severe weather risk with any storms on Sunday is very low.
Lesser rain and storm chances will be around Sunday night and into Monday with only isolated T-storms possible by Monday. Most of next week looks hot, dry and summer-like.