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The New Years weekend will bring some wintry weather to the Dallas-Fort Worth area with Saturday night temperatures between 20 and 20 degrees.

National Meteorological Service

The New Years weekend will bring some wintry weather to the Dallas-Fort Worth area with Saturday night temperatures between 20 and 20 degrees.

Although Friday will have highs ranging from the 60s above to about 80 degrees in North Texas, residents can expect later in the evening. “numerous showers and thunderstorms”, the national weather service said.

“The best chance for a storm will be in the evening and at night with a potential for a few strong to slightly severe storms generally north of the I-20 corridor,” the weather service said, adding temperatures are expected to drop in the 40s and 50s. Friday night.

As a welcome to 2022, DFW will be hit by an arctic front.

“Temperatures will drop rapidly behind the front, with below-freezing temperatures expected across the region by sunrise Sunday,” the National Weather Service said. “Wind chill readings will be single-digit and in teens late Saturday night and early Sunday morning. Prepare now to protect people, pets, pipes and plants from the sudden cold. “

Throughout Saturday, Fort Worth is expected to see temperatures in the low 60s before they drop to a low of around 24 degrees by nightfall. Sunday will be sunny with temperatures between 40 and 40 degrees.

This map shows the 3-day weather forecast for storms from the National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center. Sources: National Weather Service, Esri.

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