Temperatures will drop in North Texas on Wednesday | Bot To News


Don’t get caught leaving your house Wednesday morning without a jacket.

The pleasantly warm temperatures on Tuesday will wear off after a strong cold front moves across North Texas tonight.

Low temperatures dip into the low 30s Wednesday morning, with high temperatures reaching the low 50s.

On Wednesday there will be a breeze with winds of 12 to 20 miles per hour.

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The weather is expected to be dry on Wednesday before a chance of rain on Thursday.

North Texas will not see any of the severe weather expected to affect other parts of the southern US.

NOAA’s Storm Prediction Center has issued a ‘Particularly Dangerous Situation’ Tornado Watch for parts of southeastern Arkansas, northern and central Louisiana, and central Mississippi through 7 pm CST. The watch area includes Alexandra and Monroe in Louisiana and Greenville and Jackson in Mississippi.

Severe storm threat Tuesday and Tuesday nights. (FOX time)

7 day forecast

The weather will warm back up to 70 degrees on Friday before another cold front arrives over the weekend.

Things will be a bit cooler and there is a chance of some showers on Saturday and Sunday.



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