Live radar will appear in the player above. A Flood Warning remains in effect for parts of North Texas.
Widespread light to moderate rain will continue on and off through Friday, however rainfall rates are unlikely to be heavy enough to cause flash flooding.
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This wet and chilly weather pattern will continue for the next few days. While the rain may not be as heavy or widespread as it has been, you will still need to keep the rain gear handy.
Widespread totals of an additional 1 to 2 inches can be expected. Isolated amounts in excess of 3 inches will also be possible.
While it won't rain all day, waves of rain will occasionally roll through the area. See the latest forecast below. Watch the latest forecast update below.
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Since the ground is saturated, if you encounter flooded roadways, remember to "Turn Around, Don't Drown."
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A record low temperature of 41 degrees was recorded Monday morning at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, breaking the 1914 record of 42 degrees. Temperatures will stay in the 40s all day long with wind chill values down in the upper 30s.
Monday also marks the earliest 40-degree day of the season, with the previous earliest 40-degree day being Oct. 30.
A new daily record for rainfall was set Monday morning, breaking the 2007 record of 1.93 inches. Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service said 5.68 inches of rain has fallen at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport since Saturday.
As of Wednesday, more than 10 inches of rain has been recorded at DFW Airport in October. This is the wettest fall on record, the second wettest October on record and the 10th wettest year on record with more than 43 inches of rain recorded at DFW Airport since Jan. 1.
Above: A view of Fort Worth from The Stayton at Museum Way. Below, Dallas from Lake Cliff Tower.