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Rain, storms in the forecast through Wednesday

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A Flash Flood Watch has been issued for Denton County through Wednesday evening.

The National Weather Service has forecast several rounds of showers and thunderstorms for Tuesday evening through Wednesday night.

A slow-moving upper level low pressure system will interact with a cold front moving south, according to the weather service forecast. Isolated moderate to heavy rainfall is expected through Wednesday night, which may cause isolated flash flooding and river flooding. Rainfall totals of 2-4 inches are expected, with isolated areas of 5-6 inches possible.

In the Denton County area, the weather service is mostly expecting instances of heavy rain and strong storms, according to the forecast.

After a wet couple days, the weekend is looking warm and dry, with high temperatures in the 80s from Friday through Monday.

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