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Temperatures drop to 90 degrees in North Texas, bringing chances of rain

Temperatures drop to 90 degrees in North Texas, bringing chances of rain

Temperatures drop to 90 degrees in North Texas, bringing chances of rain

NORTH TEXAS – Temperatures are hovering in the 90s as North Texans head into the weekend.

High temperatures on Friday will be 10 to 15 degrees cooler than July 4 and a cold front will move through during the late morning and early afternoon, increasing the chance for showers and thunderstorms.

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Rain chances decrease through Saturday, but there could still be a few scattered showers and storms in Dallas-Fort Worth.

All eyes are on Hurricane Beryl making landfall Shortly after 6 am a strong Category 2 hurricane hit the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula, northeast of Tulum.

The latest update for Beryl has the center of circulation moving over the Yucatan Peninsula and is expected to weaken during the day.

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Beryl will gain strength once it is over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico and appears to be close to reaching hurricane strength, as it could make landfall near Brownsville or South Padre Island late Sunday or Monday. The latest update from the National Hurricane Center indicates that most of North Texas will be in the cone of uncertainty by next Wednesday.

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As with any tropical system, there is a chance for strong to severe storms with heavy rainfall and even some flash storms. This will be a storm and track we will be watching closely. Right now, parts of North Texas could see up to 7 inches of rain Tuesday night into Wednesday.

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There isn’t a single 100-degree day in the seven-day forecast, but there is some much-needed rain.

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