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Cold front moves across D-FW bringing cooler temperatures Monday

Still warm and breezy as we end the weekend, but a strong cold front arrives in North Texas tonight.

Updated Sunday morning with latest forecast.

Sunday will bring warm temperatures, in the high 80s to high 90s across North Texas, before a cold front moves through the region. Rain, hail and gusty wind are possible as storms move through the Dallas-Fort Worth area.


Our next big cool-down and chance for rain holds off long enough for any weekend plans to continue without weather complications.

After some morning cloud cover, clouds will thin through the afternoon with partly to mostly sunny skies. Breezy winds from the south will help temps warm into the 80s area-wide with some 90s possible across western North Texas.

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Highs in North Texas on Sunday.

Sunday night into Monday

A strong cold front will start to move into North Texas Sunday evening and overnight. Arrival in the D-FW area looks to be around 10 p.m., give or take.

After the font passes, expect a quick drop in temps and the winds to become quite gusty out of the north.

Check out the video below of the forecast front and storm timing:

MORE: Track storms moving through on WFAA's radars

Scattered showers and storms will accompany the front as well with best chance to see rain from D-FW to the north and east.

The western half of North Texas will likely stay fairly dry tonight.

While the overall severe threat is very low, a few storms could become strong enough to have some gusty winds and hail. Mainly for areas along and north of US-380 north of the D-FW area.

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Overall severe threat is very low, but a few storms could have wind/hail in northern NTX.


By daybreak on Monday, any showers and storms will have moved east of North Texas with windy and cooler weather in store.

Clouds will clear from north to south during the day on Monday with mainly sunny skies from midday through the afternoon.

Highs on Monday will only be in the 70s with a gusty wind from the north. Wind gusts could be between 30 and 40 mph.

Enjoy the fall weather, if that's your thing!

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