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As the next upper level disturbance moves into the plains, the chance for severe weather will increase Tuesday through Thursday. Starting Tuesday there could be a few cells IF any do develop across NW Texas and southern Oklahoma. On Wednesday, the severe weather threat will expand to include most of north Texas into OklahomaContinue Reading
We’re not expecting to much in the way of severe weather in Central Texas this afternoon. A few strong storms could develop later today east of I-35. Tomorrow the chance for severe weather will increase in the afternoon hours as a dryline and cold front move through the area. Areas along and east of I-35Continue Reading
The storm system that produced the hail and damaging winds across central Texas has moved off to the east. The next storm system is approaching and could impact central Texas by mid week. We could see a severe weather repeat once again in central Texas. Severe weather will be possible starting tomorrow and Tuesday in theContinue Reading
Rain chances are on the rise by the end of the week for much of Texas. Here is the latest from the Fort Worth National Weather Service Office. A strong upper level trough is expected to move east across the Plains Thursday through Friday. This will send a cold front south through the Southern Plains,Continue Reading
A combination of strong winds, low relative humidity and dry vegetation created explosive fire growth on Sunday as shown in the image below. The same weather conditions will occur again on Monday.