WEST, Texas (AP) - A weather front is bringing cooler temperatures and thunderstorms into West, where authorities are still searching for survivors of a massive fertilizer plant explosion.
The National Weather Service in Fort Worth says thunderstorms are expected to affect West until about 9 a.m., though lightning should become less frequent gradually.
Temperatures are dropping into the low 50s.
A line of storms was affecting much of North and Central Texas along Interstate 35 Thursday morning. NWS issued a flood advisory until 8 a.m. for Dallas County, which was being hit by thunderstorms.
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