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It looks like an early start to the autumn weather pattern across the country. According to the GFS model, it appears that a cold front may approach the metroplex and slow or stall across parts of north Texas during mid-day Friday September 14. Until that time, daily afternoon highs around the mid 90s are to be expected.

Pictured above is the GFS model’s forecast for 4pm CDT Friday September 14. Looks like the front is parked across the region, with the upper level trough trailing just behind. I’d expect showers and storms to be possible with this setup Friday afternoon. If the front slows or stalls across the region, some rain showers and storms will be possible for several hours Friday afternoon. After the front temps should be in the mid 80s for highs and close to 60 for lows.

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