FORT WORTH — The sun peeked out from behind the clouds Wednesday afternoon in North Texas as the rains left the area and cooler temperatures settled in.North Texans were awakened by light rain Wednesday morning, but most of the showers left by the lunch hour. Partly cloudy skies will still be around as motorists head home from work this afternoon.The overnight rains and scattered storms left about 1,200 customers without power in Tarrant County on Wednesday morning, said Oncor spokeswoman Jeamy Molina. The Oncor website indicated that number was under 100 as of Wednesday afternoon and power was expected to be restored by 6 p.m.Light north winds from 5 to 10 mph will greet residents who venture outside, and highs should be in the mid-60s.“We’ll see normal fall temperatures the rest of the week,” said meteorologist Jamie Gudmestad at the National Weather Service office in Fort Worth.Forecasters say North Texans should see a low of 50 on Thursday morning and sunny skies during the day with highs in the lower 70s.There’s a 30 percent chance of a return of rain on Friday. Morning lows will be near 50 and the high Friday will be about 72, according to the NWS.The weekend looks dry with partly cloudy skies and temperatures in the upper 60s and lower 70s.
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