The chance of rain will remain fairly low today with widely scattered showers and isolated thunderstorms developing during the heat of the afternoon. A strong cold front moving into the region later tonight will bring widespread showers and storms, some possibly severe across our northwest sections up along the I-30 corridor where a squall line is expected to develop along the cold front. The primary threat with these storms will be damaging winds as the squall line progresses eastward overnight.
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