We got a little rain in scattered areas across North Texas, but the squall line with the real impact is still just west of Dallas-Fort Worth.
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"Winds are going to be very strong today on both sides of this front," said FOX 4 Meteorologist Evan Andrews. "As the storm moves through, combined with the strong jet stream, we could see up to 60 or 70 mile per hour winds.
"After the clouds move through and the sun warms us up, some folks in our western counties could see 30 to 40 mile per hour winds, along with a fire risk," said Andrews.
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Parts of Arkansas and Louisiana and far east Texas will have a moderate risk of tornadoes.
But the biggest change in temperature will happen overnight. "We'll drop into the 40s, and with brisk winds, we'll have highs tomorrow only in the 50s," said Andrews.
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