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Slowly drying out for Father's Day afternoon

After a rainy and stormy morning, rain will slowly end with a dry but cloudy afternoon in store for North Texas.

Showers and storms have been slow to end today, but will heading through the afternoon for most of North Texas

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Rain will linger the longest from the D-FW area to the north and northeast into the afternoon. Rain may not end in those locations until around 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Credit: WFAA
Showers and storms mainly in eastern North Texas Sunday afternoon.

There is a chance of some afternoon redevelopment of showers or storms, but those will occur mainly across East Texas.

So from mid-afternoon onward, most of North Texas is looking dry.

Thanks to the morning rain and resultant cloud cover, temps this afternoon will be held down. Highs will only top out in the 80s across the heart of North Texas.

The exception is for areas that did not rain this morning. While clouds area still possible, your high temps could reach the 90s.

If you have outdoor or grilling plans later today, they should still happen! It just may take until mid-afternoon to be done with the rain.

Remember to download the WFAA app to check one of our dozens of local radars near you, as well as the latest forecast, cameras and current conditions.

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