Temperatures expected to fall into the 70s overnight; highs in the lower 90s Monday

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Scattered thunderstorms around the Red River will try to build back northward toward Rush Springs and Pauls Valley.

Some of the storms will produce heavy downpours and localized flash flooding in poor drainage areas. When in doubt, turn around, don’t drown!

Thunderstorms could be strong at times with frequent lightning and wind gusts up to 50mph.

After thunderstorms fizzle this evening, temperatures will gradually fall back into the upper 60s and lower 70s overnight as a weak cold front heads south across the state.. Look for highs right around 90 through Wednesday with slightly less humidity.

Another warmup is in store for the end of the week into next weekend.

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