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Cold Front Brings Wicked Weather, More Rain to North Texas

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NORTH TEXAS -- So, it’s not exactly typical December weather in North Texas.

Yeah, the balmy, windy conditions make it feel more like we’re about to welcome the Easter Bunny, not Jolly Old Saint Nick.

In fact, Saturday's high is about 20-degrees warmer than normal. What else isn’t normal for December?

How about the possibility of an isolated tornado? That's right -- we said tornado.

N_TX_Sat_Rad_640_Full (1)A cold front is pushing through the area and will spark widespread thunderstorms, some could be severe.

North Texas is under a hazardous weather outlook.  The National Weather Service says we can expect strong winds and anywhere between one to two inches of rain Saturday tonight, into Sunday morning.

The threat of tornadoes is possible east of Interstate-35.

Wow, looks like we’re trading the gloves for galoshes this weekend. Stay safe out there!