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Rain Potential Diminishing, But Not Gone

A Flash Flood Watch issued earlier this week for much of North Texas expired Thursday morning.

While areas to the east of Dallas-Fort Worth saw rain overnight, most remained dry.

There is still the potential for scattered showers and storms over the next few days, but widespread heavy rain is unlikely. In fact, there will be more dry hours each day than wet ones.

The highest chance of scattered showers and storms on Thursday will be across East Texas, with rain chances decreasing farther west.

Total rain potential through Saturday will be highest in Southeast Texas where an additional two to three inches of rain is possible. North Texas rain amounts will generally be around a half of an inch, to as much as an inch.

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