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AREA FORECAST DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
1156 AM CDT SAT APR 12 2014

.AVIATION...
THE SURFACE PRESSURE GRADIENT BETWEEN A LOW CENTER IN LEE OF THE
ROCKIES AND A MID ATLANTIC RIDGE WILL KEEP THE GUSTY SOUTH WINDS
IN PLACE ACROSS NORTH TEXAS TODAY. STRATUS ERODED DURING THE PAST
FEW HOURS AND SHOULD RETURN AGAIN TONIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT AS A LOW
LEVEL JET DEVELOPS. WINDS WILL REMAIN 15-20 KT TONIGHT AS AN UPPER
TROUGH APPROACHES FROM THE WEST...THE SURFACE LOW MOVES EAST AND
A COLD FRONT DROPS SOUTH INTO THE SOUTHERN PLAINS.

ELEVATED CONVECTION WILL BE POSSIBLE LATE TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY
MORNING AS A LEAD SOUTHERN STREAM SHORTWAVE MOVES EAST-NORTHEAST
ACROSS NORTHERN MEXICO INTO CENTRAL TEXAS. THIS ACTIVITY IS
EXPECTED AFTER 06Z AND WILL BE MORE LIKELY IN THE 12-18Z TIME
SUNDAY. WILL GO AHEAD AND INCLUDE VCSH SUNDAY MORNING BUT HOLD OFF
TS AT THIS TIME. IT APPEARS THAT CONVECTION WOULD BE MORE
PROBABLE SUNDAY AFTERNOON AS THE DRYLINE SURGES EAST...WITH THIS
CONVECTION BEING SURFACE BASED AND DEVELOPING JUST WEST OF THE
I-35 CORRIDOR 19-21Z SUNDAY. SOME OF THESE STORMS COULD BECOME
SEVERE WITH LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS. THE BEST COVERAGE OF
THUNDERSTORMS SHOULD BE NORTH OF THE METROPLEX WHERE MINIMAL CIN
IS PROGGED. WE WILL HOLD OFF ON INCLUDING TS IN THE EXTENDED DFW
TAF FOR NOW DUE TO TOO MANY MODEL UNCERTAINTIES AT THIS
TIME...AND WE SHOULD KNOW MORE AS NEW GUIDANCE ARRIVES TONIGHT.

OTHERWISE...SOUTH WINDS WILL REMAIN GUSTY SUNDAY AHEAD OF THE
DRYLINE. THE FRONT WILL PUSH THROUGH THE AREA SUNDAY NIGHT WITH
STRONG NORTHERLY FLOW EXPECTED MONDAY.

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&&



.PREV DISCUSSION... /ISSUED 446 AM CDT SAT APR 12 2014/

EARLY MORNING RADAR DERIVED WINDS ACROSS THE SOUTHERN PLAINS SHOW
A 40 KT LOW LEVEL JET ORIENTED OVER THE TX GULF COAST NORTH ACROSS
NORTH TX AND OVER CENTRAL OK. THIS JET WAS TRANSPORTING LOW-LEVEL
MOISTURE NORTH ACROSS THE REGION AS NOTED BY STRATUS STREAMING
NORTH ACROSS THE CWA AND 60 DEGREE DEW POINTS CREEPING NORTH OUT
OF SOUTH TX. 08Z/3AM WATER VAPOR SATELLITE IMAGERY SHOWED A
COMPACT SHORTWAVE TROUGH OVER SOUTHERN CA...MOVING SLOWLY EAST
TOWARDS AZ. A STRONGER SHORTWAVE TROUGH WAS NOTED OVER THE FAR
NORTHWESTERN CONUS...AND THIS FEATURE WAS DIGGING SOUTHEAST EARLY
THIS MORNING. THE 00Z FWD RAOB SHOWED A FAIRLY STOUT ELEVATED
MIXED LAYER (EML) IN PLACE OVER NORTH TX YESTERDAY EVENING. THIS
EML WAS DEFINED BY STEEP LAPSE RATES IN THE 800 TO 500 MB
LAYER...AND ALSO REPRESENTED A STRONG CAPPING INVERSION FOR
SURFACE BASED FREE CONVECTION.

TODAY...A 08Z SURFACE ANALYSIS INDICATED NO FRONTAL BOUNDARIES
NEAR NORTH TEXAS. WITH THE SHORTWAVE TROUGH STILL OVER SOUTHERN CA
EARLY THIS MORNING...AND NO OBVIOUS DOWNSTREAM UPPER LEVEL
DISTURBANCES EMBEDDED IN THE LARGELY ZONAL FLOW IN PLACE OVER THE
CENTRAL CONUS...WE SHOULD REMAIN FAIRLY DRY OVER THE NEXT 24
HOURS. A STRONG CAP IN PLACE COMBINED WITH THE LACK OF SIGNIFICANT
LARGE SCALE FORCING FOR ASCENT FAVORS A DRY FORECAST. WITH STRATUS
STREAMING NORTH ACROSS NORTH TX EARLIER THIS MORNING THAN
YESTERDAY...EARLY MORNING LOW TEMPERATURES WILL BE A FEW DEGREES
WARMER TODAY. HOWEVER A MORE WIDESPREAD AND THICKER STRATUS DECK
WILL BE SLOWER TO SCATTER OUT...WITH THE END RESULT BEING HIGH
TEMPERATURES TODAY VERY SIMILAR TO YESTERDAY.

TONIGHT...AS THE SOUTHERN CA SHORTWAVE TROUGH MOVES EAST...LARGE
SCALE FORCING FOR ASCENT WILL INCREASE OVER THE REGION. THE
CONSENSUS OF MODEL GUIDANCE IS THAT A SUBTROPICAL UPPER LEVEL JET
STREAK WILL BUILD OVER TX OUT AHEAD OF THIS TROUGH...CARRYING WITH
IT A PLUME OF UPPER LEVEL MOISTURE. ANY LOWER TO MID LEVEL
MOISTURE ASSOCIATED WITH THE SUBTROPICAL JET WILL BE SCOURED OUT
BY THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF MEXICO. HOWEVER...THIS UPPER LEVEL
MOISTURE COMBINED WITH AN INCREASE IN LARGE SCALE FORCING FOR
ASCENT WILL RESULT SCATTERED ELEVATED RAIN SHOWERS DEVELOPING AND
MOVING OVER NORTH TEXAS FROM SOUTHWEST TO NORTHEAST LATE TONIGHT
INTO SUNDAY MORNING. DUE TO THE STOUT EML IN PLACE...IT IS
DIFFICULT TO KNOW IF ANY OF THIS ELEVATED PRECIPITATION WILL
ACTUALLY REACH THE GROUND OR NOT. IF NOTHING ELSE...IT WILL
RESULT IN CLOUDY SKIES FROM MIDNIGHT TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY
MORNING.

WENT AHEAD WITH ONLY A 20-30 POP FOR THESE ELEVATED SHOWERS AT
THIS TIME BECAUSE THE EML DOES CONTAIN SOME VERY DRY AIR WHICH
WILL CAUSE MOST PRECIPITATION TO EVAPORATE BEFORE REACHING THE
GROUND. THE EXCEPTION TO THIS WILL BE IF SATURATION FROM THE TOP
DOWN RESULTS IN ISOLATED THUNDERSTORM ACTIVITY. WITH A NEARLY DRY
ADIABATIC LAYER OBSERVED FROM 800 TO 500 MB ON THE 00Z
SOUNDING...SATURATION FROM THE TOP DOWN MAY RESULT IN SOME FREE
CONVECTION WITH PERSISTENT LARGE SCALE FORCING FOR ASCENT
ASSOCIATED WITH THE APPROACHING SHORTWAVE TROUGH UPSTREAM. SO
BASICALLY...IF WE HAVE ELEVATED SHOWERS...NOTHING MORE THAN A
SPRINKLE WILL REACH THE GROUND. IF WE END UP WITH ISOLATED
THUNDERSTORMS...THE COVERAGE SHOULD BE HELD TO ABOUT 20 TO 30
PERCENT ACCOUNTING FOR THE CHOICE IN POPS IN THIS FORECAST FOR
LATE TONIGHT INTO SUNDAY MORNING. CLOUDY SKIES WILL KEEP LOWS IN
THE UPPER 60S FOR MOST LOCATIONS EARLY SUNDAY MORNING.

SUNDAY...THE SOUTHERN CA SHORTWAVE TROUGH IS EXPECTED TO MOVE
EAST-NORTHEAST ACROSS NORTH TX AND CENTRAL AND EASTERN OK BY
SUNDAY AFTERNOON. THIS IS EXPECTED TO RESULT IN A STRONG SURFACE
LOW LOCATED NEAR WICHITA FALLS BY LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON...WITH A
WELL DEFINED DRYLINE TO ITS SOUTH...AND A COLD FRONT PUSHING
SOUTHEAST ACROSS THE REGION FROM NORTHWEST OF THE SURFACE LOW. THE
MODEL CONSENSUS FOR THE LOCATION OF THE DRYLINE IS NEAR A BOWIE TO
COMANCHE LINE AT THAT TIME. THE ELEVATED RAIN SHOWERS AND POSSIBLE
ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS DESCRIBED ABOVE SHOULD HAVE MOVED OVER THE
FAR SOUTHEASTERN PORTIONS OF THE CWA AFTER 21Z...WITH CLEARING
SKIES FROM WEST TO EAST. THIS WINDOW OF CLEARING/MOSTLY SUNNY
SKIES IS PRETTY IMPORTANT BECAUSE IF IT DOES NOT PAN OUT...OUR
CHANCES FOR STORMS ALONG THE DRYLINE SUNDAY AFTERNOON ARE VERY
SMALL. AT ANY RATE...ASSUMING THIS AFTERNOON CLEARING DOES OCCUR
NEAR THE DRYLINE...TEMPERATURES SHOULD WARM INTO THE LOWER TO MID
80S...WHICH SHOULD NOT BE VERY HARD TO ACHIEVE WITH MORNING LOWS
IN THE UPPER 60S TO NEAR 70 DEGREES.

ASSUMING WE WARM AT LEAST INTO THE LOWER 80S NEAR THE DRYLINE
SUNDAY AFTERNOON...FORECAST SOUNDINGS INDICATE THAT SURFACE BASED
AIR PARCELS THAT ARE LIFTED WILL HAVE AROUND 2000 J/KG OF CAPE AND
ANYWHERE FROM 10 TO 20 J/KG OF CONVECTIVE INHIBITION (CIN) TO
OVERCOME TO RELEASE THE CAPE INTO FREE CONVECTION AND
THUNDERSTORMS. THEREIN LIES THE BIG FORECAST PROBLEM...WILL WE
HAVE SUFFICIENT LIFT TO OVERCOME THE CAP. SIMPLY LOOKING AT THE
FORECAST CIN MAKES THIS SEEM LIKE A VERY EASY CAP TO
OVERCOME...HOWEVER THE PROBLEM WITH THAT FORECAST CIN IS THAT THE
FORECAST MODELS HAVE ALREADY ACCOUNTED FOR A STRONG DEGREE OF LIFT
WHEN COMING UP WITH THAT NUMBER. SO WHAT THAT NUMBER REALLY MEANS
IS THAT THE MODELS DO NOT FAVOR SURFACE BASED CONVECTION
INITIATION NEAR THE DRYLINE IN THE FORT WORTH CWA SUNDAY
AFTERNOON. LOOKING AT THE RAW MODEL OUTPUT OF QPF OR SIMULATED
REFLECTIVITY FROM THE GFS/NAM/ECMWF SEEMS TO GENERALLY AGREE WITH
THAT ASSESSMENT. HOWEVER THE MODELS DO SEEM TO GENERALLY TRIP
THEIR SHALLOW CONVECTIVE SCHEMES NEAR THE DRYLINE INDICATING THAT
A CERTAIN SET OF CONDITIONS ARE MET FOR THESE MODELS TO TRIGGER
THEIR CONVECTIVE PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES. THIS SIMPLY DOES NOT
OCCUR ON A LARGE OR LONG ENOUGH SCALE TO RESULT IN MODEL QPF OR
SIMULATED REFLECTIVITY.

SO WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? WELL THE FACT THAT THE OPERATIONAL MODELS
ARE TRIGGERING THEIR SHALLOW CONVECTIVE SCHEMES GENERALLY MEANS
THAT WE SHOULD SEE SOME CONVECTIVE ATTEMPTS NEAR THE DRYLINE
SUNDAY AFTERNOON. THE PROBLEM WITH DRYLINES IS THAT THEY FUNCTION
LIKE BACKWARDS FRONTS IN THAT THEIR STRONG FORCING FOR ASCENT
ACTUALLY OCCURS ON THE DRY SIDE OF THE BOUNDARY...WHERE IT/S
GENERALLY HOTTER. SO CONVECTION INITIATION USUALLY OCCURS IN THE
MID-LEVELS ABOVE THE LOW-LEVEL HOT AND DRY AIR...AND RELIES ON
THESE STORMS TO MOVE EAST OFF THE DRYLINE TO BECOME ROOTED IN THE
WARM SECTOR WHERE OUR SURFACE BASED CAPE OF 2000 J/KG RESIDES. THE
LATEST (00Z) TEXAS TECH WRF ACTUALLY SHOWS A VERY REASONABLE
DEPICTION OF WHAT WILL LIKELY HAPPEN SUNDAY AFTERNOON ACROSS NORTH
TEXAS. WITH OUR OPERATIONAL AND NON-CONVECTION ALLOWING MODELS
INITIATING THEIR CONVECTIVE PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES NEAR THE
DRYLINE AND THE TEXAS TECH WRF ACTUALLY ALLOWING THIS CONVECTION
TO MOVE EAST OFF THE DRYLINE AND BECOME ROOTED IN THE WARM/MOIST
SECTOR...CONFIDENCE IN THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPING ALONG THE DRYLINE
SUNDAY AFTERNOON IS ACTUALLY FAIRLY HIGH AT THIS TIME...DESPITE
THE LACK OF QPF SHOWN IN THE NAM/GFS/ECMWF AT 00Z. THE COVERAGE OF
STORMS WILL PROBABLY NOT BE THAT GREAT...BEING LIMITED BY THE
LINGERING CAP TO THE EAST OF THE DRYLINE. THINK THAT AT LEAST
ISOLATED AND POSSIBLY SCATTERED STORMS WILL DEVELOP ALONG THE
DRYLINE LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

ASSUMING STORMS DEVELOP...THEY SHOULD BE SUPER-CELLULAR IN NATURE
AND AS A RESULT WILL QUICKLY BECOME CAPABLE OF PRODUCING SEVERE
WEATHER. LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WINDS ARE THE MOST LIKELY SEVERE
WEATHER HAZARDS WITH THESE STORMS...HOWEVER A TORNADO THREAT IS
POSSIBLE...ESPECIALLY IF WINDS NEAR THE DRYLINE DO NOT VEER TOO
STRONGLY TOWARDS THE SOUTHWEST. THE MORE BACKED (TOWARDS THE SOUTH
OR SOUTH-SOUTHEAST) THE SURFACE WINDS ARE...THE GREATER THE
TORNADO THREAT. AT THIS TIME MOST GUIDANCE VEERS THE WINDS TO THE
SOUTH-SOUTHWEST NEAR THE DRYLINE...SO THE TORNADO THREAT ACROSS
NORTH TEXAS DOES NOT APPEAR TO BE OVERLY HIGH AT THIS TIME. WE
WILL HAVE TO SEE WHAT THE WINDS ARE ACTUALLY DOING ON SUNDAY OF
COURSE. OTHERWISE...STORMS WILL TEND TO MOVE EAST OFF THE DRYLINE
LATE SUNDAY AFTERNOON AND MOVE TOWARDS THE INTERSTATE 35 CORRIDOR
BY SUNSET. KEPT POPS IN THE 40 TO 50 PERCENT RANGE DUE TO THE
EXPECTATION FOR A LIMITED COVERAGE OF STORMS. EVEN THOSE POPS MAY
BE A BIT HIGH...BUT SUPERCELLS ARE NOT SMALL STORMS...SO
PRECIPITATION COVERAGE OF 40 TO 50 PERCENT IS PROBABLY ABOUT AS
HIGH AS WE WILL GET AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT.

THE PRIMARY REASONS THIS FORECAST SIDES WITH THUNDERSTORMS ALONG
THE DRYLINE AS OPPOSED TO A DRY FORECAST/THE CAP PREVENTING STORMS
FROM INITIATING ARE:

MORNING SHOWERS OR STORMS WILL HELP COOL THE STOUT LOW-LEVEL WARM
AIR INVERSION FASTER THAN LIFT ALONE. THE TEXAS TECH WRF SHOWS
THIS EVOLUTION NICELY.

THE ACTIVATION OF THE CONVECTIVE PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES IN THE
OPERATIONAL MODELS USUALLY FAVORS STRONG MESOSCALE FORCING FOR
ASCENT...AND THE DRYLINE IS A GOOD SOURCE FOR THIS.

THE 00Z UPPER AIR ANALYSIS DID NOT INDICATE THAT THE EML SHOULD
STRENGTHEN SIGNIFICANTLY BETWEEN NOW AND SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
UPSTREAM 850 MB TO 700 MB TEMPERATURES WERE JUST NOT THAT MUCH
WARMER TO THE SOUTHWEST...MEANING THAT WITHOUT SOME STRONG
SUBSIDENCE THE CAP SHOULD NOT GET SIGNIFICANTLY STRONG THROUGH
ADVECTION ALONE.

REASONS THAT MAY ALLOW THE CAP TO WIN OUT:

CONVERGENCE ALONG THE DRYLINE IS NOT THAT STRONG. JUST BECAUSE THE
MODELS TRIGGER THEIR CONVECTIVE PARAMETERIZATION SCHEMES DOES NOT
MAKE CONVECTIVE ATTEMPTS ALONG THE DRYLINE REAL. THIS IS A
MESOSCALE CONCERN THAT CANNOT BE RESOLVED THIS FAR OUT...SO WE ARE
JUST TRUSTING WHAT THE MODELS ARE INDICATING HERE. IF THE SURFACE
WINDS ARE MORE VEERED THAN FORECAST...THERE IS LESS OF A CHANCE OF
INITIATION ALONG THE DRYLINE.

THE BEST FORCING FOR ASCENT ASSOCIATED WITH THE SHORTWAVE MOVES
EAST OF THE CWA BY 00Z. IF THE CAP WAS NOT SUFFICIENTLY WEAKENED
BY MORNING FORCING FOR ASCENT...OR EVAPORATIVE COOLING...IT WILL
JUST REMAIN TOO STRONG BY SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR SURFACE BASED
STORMS TO DEVELOP.

LASTLY...IF WE JUST REMAIN CLOUDY ALL DAY NEAR THE DRYLINE...WE
JUST WILL NOT GET WARM ENOUGH FOR SURFACE LIFTED AIR TO HAVE ANY
CHANCE TO BECOME A THUNDERSTORM. ALL GUIDANCE SHOWS THIS
AFTERNOON CLEARING WEST OF INTERSTATE 35...BUT AGAIN...WE WILL
SEE WHAT HAPPENS SUNDAY AFTERNOON.

SUNDAY NIGHT...AN UNSEASONABLY STRONG COLD FRONT WILL MOVE
SOUTHEAST ACROSS NORTH TEXAS AFTER SUNSET. IF NOTHING ELSE...THIS
REPRESENTS OUR BEST CHANCE OF STORMS ACROSS THE CWA...EVEN IF THE
DRYLINE STAYS TOTALLY DRY SUNDAY AFTERNOON. ANY STORMS ALONG THE
COLD FRONT ACROSS NORTH TEXAS SHOULD BE ELEVATED ABOVE THE FRONTAL
BOUNDARY...SO ONLY LARGE HAIL WOULD BE A HAZARD ALONG THE FRONT.
STORMS ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE SCATTERED TO NUMEROUS ALONG THE
FRONT...SO WENT AHEAD WITH 60 POPS FOR MOST LOCATIONS EAST OF
INTERSTATE 35...WHERE THE DEEPER MOISTURE RESIDES. STRONG FORCING
FOR SUBSIDENCE BEHIND THIS FRONT SHOULD RESULT IN PRECIPITATION
ENDING FROM NORTHWEST TO SOUTHEAST SUNDAY NIGHT THROUGH MONDAY
MORNING.

MONDAY...MAINTAINED SOME LOW POPS OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN CWA AS
THE MUCH STRONGER NORTHWEST CONUS SHORTWAVE TROUGH MOVES OVER THE
REGION FROM WEST TO EAST. ANY MID-LEVEL MOISTURE WILL BE SQUEEZED
OUT OF THE ATMOSPHERE BY THIS FEATURE...RESULTING IN SOME LIGHT
PRECIPITATION OVER THE SOUTHEASTERN CWA ON MONDAY. KEPT SOME
MENTION OF ISOLATED THUNDER IN THE FORECAST FOR MONDAY AFTERNOON
IN THE FAR SOUTHEASTERN CWA AS THE NAM INDICATED THAT THE 850 MB
PORTION OF THE COLD FRONT STALLS OUT NEAR A PALESTINE TO ROCKDALE
LINE. THAT MAY RESULT IN SOME ELEVATED SHOWERS WITH EMBEDDED
THUNDERSTORMS...HOWEVER MOST OF THAT ACTIVITY SHOULD BE SOUTHEAST
OF THE CWA.

MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY MORNING...THE CONSENSUS OF THE RAW MODEL
OUTPUT FROM 00Z GUIDANCE WAS THAT SKIES WILL CLEAR OUT AS WINDS
BECOME LIGHT AFTER MIDNIGHT MONDAY NIGHT RESULTING IN AN IDEAL
RADIATIVE COOLING ENVIRONMENT. THE AIR BEHIND THIS FRONT IS
EXPECTED TO BE VERY COLD FOR THIS TIME OF YEAR WITH THE NAM
INDICATING H850 TEMPERATURES OF -5 DEG C OR BELOW NORTH OF
INTERSTATE 20. BY EARLY TUESDAY MORNING...MANY GUIDANCE MEMBERS
HAVE BELOW FREEZING TEMPERATURES FOR NON-URBAN AREAS ALONG AND
NORTH OF INTERSTATE 20...WITH TEMPERATURES IN THE LOWER TO MID 30S
ELSEWHERE. AT THE VERY LEAST...CONFIDENCE WAS HIGH ENOUGH TO
MENTION AREAS OF FROST IN THE FORECAST EARLY TUESDAY MORNING...BUT
WE WILL REALLY HAVE TO MONITOR FOR THE POTENTIAL FOR A FREEZE
ACROSS PARTS OF NORTH TEXAS. CHANCES OF FREEZING TEMPERATURES ARE
GREATEST NORTH OF INTERSTATE 20...BUT ARE POSSIBLE ANYWHERE AWAY
FROM THE URBAN HEAT-ISLAND EFFECT. WILL CONTINUE TO MONITOR THIS
CLOSELY IN FUTURE FORECASTS.

REMAINDER OF THE FORECAST...WE SHOULD REMAIN DRY UNDER RIDGING
ALOFT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY. OUR NEXT CHANCE FOR RAIN ARRIVES ON
THURSDAY AFTERNOON AS THE GFS AND CANADIAN INDICATE A STRONG
SHORTWAVE TROUGH WILL MOVE OVER THE REGION. THE ECMWF HAS A VERY
DIFFERENT SOLUTION...BUT JUST MAINTAINED LOW POPS AT THIS TIME AS
THE NAEFS GENERALLY SUPPORTS THE GFS AND CANADIAN.

CAVANAUGH




&&


.PRELIMINARY POINT TEMPS/POPS...
DALLAS-FT. WORTH, TX  83  69  82  47  55 /   0  20  50  60  20
WACO, TX              82  67  79  51  58 /   0  10  30  50  20
PARIS, TX             77  63  76  47  51 /   0  10  30  60  20
DENTON, TX            82  67  82  44  53 /   0  20  50  60  20
MCKINNEY, TX          80  67  79  46  53 /   0  10  50  60  20
DALLAS, TX            82  67  82  48  55 /   0  20  40  60  20
TERRELL, TX           79  66  78  49  55 /   0  10  30  60  20
CORSICANA, TX         81  66  78  54  56 /   0  10  30  60  20
TEMPLE, TX            83  67  80  54  60 /   0  10  30  50  20
MINERAL WELLS, TX     87  64  86  43  54 /   0  20  30  40  10

&&

.FWD WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES...
NONE.

&&

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