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Wed October 30, 2013
Strong Storms Expected To Rumble Through North Texas Tonight
Keep your umbrellas handy.
Rain continues to fall across North Texas this afternoon, but storms are possible tonight and Thursday.
Storms might become severe, with some producing large hail and damaging winds, the National Weather Service said. Isolated tornadoes are possible, especially southwest of a line from Bowie to Hillsboro to Palestine.
A flash flood watch is in effect through 10 a.m. Thursday east of a line from Paris to Corsicana to Temple.
The National Weather Service reports that up to 2 inches are expected in parts of Dallas-Fort Worth, with more than 4 inches possible in Paris, Canton, Palestine and other parts of East Texas.
Most of the rain will end Thursday morning. By Halloween night, it should be dry, clear and pleasant, with temperatures falling into the 50s in the evening.