Storms Move Out Monday, Cool Weather Remains

A strong weather system brings widespread rain to North Texas Sunday afternoon and Monday morning

Monday started with widespread rain blanketing North Texas, but nothing severe.

Most of the rain moved east by 8 a.m. and will usher in some cooler temperatures. A light jacket may be needed.

Minor flooding was possible in areas that receive heavy rain bands. River Flood Warnings were in effect for Denton, Hunt and Red River counties.

This rain will be beneficial for most with one to three inches helping with the current drought.

Most of the rain came to an end Monday morning and into the early afternoon, with some spotty showers remaining into the evening for some. Relatively cooler weather will follow for the first part of next week.

Any rain that falls is likely to bring a little relief to allergy suffers as the pollen will be temporarily washed out of the air.

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