Dallas will see a chance of showers for the weekend.
Friday during the day looks dry, but there could be a couple showers or thunderstorms at night as a cold front moves in from the Northwest, AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Carl Erickson said.
Thunderstorms early Friday night can be strong and produce gusty winds and downpours.
Temperatures will dip into the weekend, falling back into the mid-60s.
“It will be cooler over the weekend and there will be a chance for a little rain,” he said. “There will be a lot of clouds, and it will be cooler with a bit of rain, but nothing significant.”
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