Hazardous Weather Outlook
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Hazardous Weather Outlook...UPDATED
National Weather Service Fort Worth TX
737 PM CDT Sun May 21 2017

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737 PM CDT Sun May 21 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

.DAY ONE...This Afternoon and Tonight.
There is a chance of storms tonight across most of North and Central
Texas, with the best chances south of Interstate 20. Late tonight,
strong to near severe storms may develop along and south of I-20 in
the vicinity of a northward moving warm front. The main threat with
storms will be hail, some potentially large, frequent cloud to ground
lightning and brief bouts of heavy rain.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.
Thunderstorms may linger through the mid-morning hours on Monday. The
primary hazard with storms will continue to be near severe hail and
frequent lightning. Another round of thunderstorms, some potentially
severe, will be possible Monday evening and night as a complex of
storms develops across the Texas Panhandle and moves southeast
towards North and Central TX. As the complex of thunderstorms moves
into the region, any severe storms will be capable of damaging winds
and large hail. Flooding will also be a concern, especially for
areas west of the Highway 281 corridor.

Thunderstorm chances may linger on Tuesday, ending from northwest to
southeast as a cold front pushes through the area.

Limited storm spotter activation may be requested after midnight for
areas generally along and south of the Interstate 20 corridor.


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