A Freeze Watch is in effect for parts of North Texas late Friday night, November 9 into mid Saturday morning, November 10. Temperatures are expected to be 31 degrees or lower for several hours. Subfreezing temperatures between 27 and 32 degrees are forecast for the North Texas area.
Cold, dry air is a common asthma trigger and can cause bad flare-ups. Be alert if you plan to be outdoors this evening or tomorrow morning.
Click here to get the latest pollen counts and find tree, grass, weed and mold levels.
Click here for more from the National Weather Service Fort Worth/Dallas, Texas
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