Updated 8:45 a.m. with information about transportation delays A line of storms moving through Dallas isn’t expected to bring too much rain, but the cold front could keep temperatures in the lower 90s for a few days.Winds reached reached 43 mph at Dallas Love Field, the National Weather Service said. Gusts felled some trees on Irving and North Dallas neighborhood streets, but none had been reported on major roads.
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