Wednesday was the most active weather day of the week with an enhanced risk for severe weather. An initial line of storms affected the area southeast of Dallas during the morning and midday hours. More storms developed during the late afternoon and continued into the early evening. Some of these storms were severe, with a few tornadoes reported along the Red River. But the storms all evaded DFW.
With clearing skies overnight, it will be slightly cooler.
But it will warm up again by Thursday afternoon, with sunshine expected to persist through the upcoming weekend.
Our NBC sister station KFOR in Oklahoma City reports that one person died when a tornado touched down in Madill Oklahoma.
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