NORTH TEXAS (CBSDFW.COM) – While the clouds are rising for northern Texas, especially south of I-20 and west of I-35, we have been able to dodge the rain for the most part. A single sprinkle can not be ruled out this afternoon, but it seems that most of us stay dry.
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The temperatures are in the mid / upper 50s early this afternoon. If it’s not hot enough for you, you need not fear … we have a nice warming trend expected this week.
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We start Wednesday with partly cloudy skies, but almost full sunshine is expected in the afternoon, and that will help warm us up to the mid-60s. The mid / upper 60s are expected on Thursday and Friday before our next cold front arrives this weekend – bringing the highs back to the 50s for Saturday and Sunday.