From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Sunday, 4 December 2016 13:19 CST
Widespread rainfall has temporarily ended across the region. However, another round of rain and isolated thunderstorms is expected to develop tonight and continue through Monday as an upper level low pressure system moves across the state. The best rain chances will be on Monday with all precipitation ending Monday night. Additional rainfall amounts may result in some minor nuisance flooding issues but widespread flooding is not anticipated.Rainfall totals through Monday night will generally be less than one inch. Occasional lightning strikes are also expected.
Once this system departs Monday night, quiet weather is expected Tuesday before an arctic cold front moves across the region Wednesday. The passage of the cold front will bring a slight chance of showers across the east Wednesday afternoon and evening followed by rapidly falling temperatures overnight Wednesday. The arctic air will remain in place through Friday but no winter precipitation is anticipated. Low temps will be mainly in the 20s Wednesday night and Thursday Night with wind chills in the teens.