Weakening thunderstorms moved into North Texas from Oklahoma Friday afternoon dropping temperatures and bringing as much as two inches of rain.
Severe storms were not expected, but a few spots did see brief heavy rain, gusty winds and lightning.
Preliminary rain totals Friday showed more than two inches in Gainesville, 1.58 inches in Bridgeport, 1.22 inches in Denton and 1.12 inches at DFW Airport.
The weather is expected to be hot and humid going into the holiday weekend with a mix of sun and clouds and seasonably hot temperatures.
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