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Only about 10 percent of the Big Country can expect to see rain Wednesday, very spotty, very hit and miss. The chance for rain increases going into Thursday, but will be at its best during the day on Friday and into Friday night.
Only about 10 percent of the Big Country can expect to see rain Wednesday, very spotty, very hit and miss. 

The chance for rain increases going into Thursday, but will be at its best during the day on Friday and into Friday night. 

The moisture will be in place, we're just waiting on a cold front. The front is forecast to move through the Big Country during the day on Friday, which is why I have a 60 percent chance for rain in the forecast and likely it will go higher. 

Rainfall totals have the potential to be heavy due to slow movement of storms Thursday and Friday, so it is possible some areas of the Big Country may experience some flash flooding. 

In addition to helping create rain, the cold front will actually give us our first feel of fall and it will be right on cue as autumn arrives this coming Sunday, September 22. 

Concerning temperatures, I'm forecasting a high of 92 on Wednesday under partly cloudy skies. Clouds will increase Thursday with highs around 88, cooler in rain areas of course. 

Highs on Friday are forecast at 83, but could be cooler based on rain. 

On Saturday, highs near 84, but it's early Sunday morning when you'll feel a refreshing difference in the air as lows around 62, possibly cooler, are forecast for Sunday morning. 

Sunday through Tuesday of next week are going to warm back up, but range from 85 to 90 with lows remaining in the middle 60s.

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