Hazardous Weather Outlook
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Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Fort Worth TX
413 AM CDT Thu May 18 2017

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413 AM CDT Thu May 18 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight.
Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop along the dryline,
initially west of US-281 this afternoon. These storms may then spread
east across the I-35 corridor and points east through the late
evening hours. Severe weather will be possible, with the main threats
in the form of large hail, potentially larger than golf balls in the
strongest storms, and damaging winds. There will be a threat for
a few tornadoes with the strongest storms as well.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Friday through Wednesday.
Thunderstorm chances will continue on Friday. Some storms may also
be strong to severe with the main threats once again from large hail
and damaging winds, although a few tornadoes remain possible.

More widespread showers and storms are expected late Friday night and
into Sunday as a cold front moves into the region. These storms have
the potential to produce heavy rainfall, especially on Saturday,
which may lead to localized instances of flash flooding. Unsettled
weather will continue into the middle of next week with chances for
thunderstorms each day across North and Central Texas.

Spotter activation is possible this afternoon and evening, most
likely from I-35 and points west, but may become necessary to the
east during the evening.


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