Get ready for a soaker this weekend.
Heavy rain and severe storms are possible Sunday and Monday as a strong low pressure system moves through the area Sunday night and Monday.
Flooding will be the greatest concern, but wind and hail are also possible with the storms that are expected to stick around until Monday night
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“Before it’s all said and done you could 2-3 inches across the DFW area,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Lee Carlaw. “You could see some rainfall totals of 3-4 inches in some areas.”
That could be enough rainfall to cause some flash flooding and make rivers and streams rise, Carlaw said.
While temperatures hovered in the 30s and 40s across North Texas on Friday, it should warm up this weekend as a stalled front moves northward. Highs Saturday, Sunday and Monday are expected to be in the 60s.
Traveling north could be treacherous this weekend.