Heavy Rain Gone; Skies Remain Overcast, Cold

Total rainfall through Wednesday will be around 1 to 2 inches in the Dallas-Fort Worth area

NBC 5 News

Overnight heavy rain has moved east and any remaining drizzle has mostly cleared out Wednesday morning.

The skies will remain overcast and cold.

Some areas of Dallas received over 2 inches of rain since early Wednesday morning. Ben Russell is with us to show all the areas where roads were flooding.

Drivers should beware of slick roads and ponding. In Dallas, traffic cameras showed high water on Interstate 30 at I-45.

Areas to the south and southeast of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area could receive the heaviest rainfall, over 2 inches. An inch is possible in the DFW area, with lesser amounts to the west and northwest.

After the rain ends Wednesday afternoon, clouds will decrease. A cold front will surge south Wednesday night, bringing a reinforcing shot of chilly air. 

Highs on Thursday will only be in the 40s despite sunshine. A warming trend is expected for the weekend. Clouds will increase on Saturday and remain throughout the weekend. Rain chances return early next week.

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