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Showers and Storms Bringing Cool Down Monday

Cooler weather will settle in from the north

What to Know

  • Today: Mostly cloudy and cooler with a 70 percent chance of storms
  • Expect: Some gusty winds with stronger storms
  • Tonight: A 30 percent chance for a few scattered showers or storms

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A much-anticipated cold front brought welcome heat relief and good rain Monday.

Wind gusts up to 50 mph were reported in Denton and Cooke counties after 6 a.m. with some power outages reported across the area.

A ground stop was in effect for all flights arriving at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport with some flights delayed an average of 56 minutes, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. [[489517701,C]]

A few more spotty storms could redevelop this afternoon and evening. Cooler weather will also settle in from the north Monday.

The rain will clear out late tonight and the rest of the week should be dry. Hotter weather will return later in the week. [[489498891,C]]

Get the latest forecast information from NBC 5's team of Weather Experts here.

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