Severe Storms to Arrive in Dallas on Wednesday

By Mark Leberfinger, AccuWeather.com Staff Writer
October 30, 2013; 4:51 AM ET
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Tranquil and warm weather will be the rule in Dallas early this week prior to the arrival of a complex storm system.

The daytime high was 77 degrees in the city on Tuesday, but conditions are expected to change Wednesday.

A storm system is moving eastward across the Intermountain West, delivering a blizzard to the northern Rockies. As the system moves eastward, a severe weather threat will arrive in Dallas on Wednesday.

Any thunderstorms could bring torrential flooding downpours and damaging wind gusts, and an isolated tornado can't be ruled out on Wednesday.

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Depending on the timing of the system, showers may linger into Thursday. Drier conditions under sunny skies are expected Friday and Saturday.

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