Hazardous Weather Outlook
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Hazardous Weather Outlook...UPDATED
National Weather Service Fort Worth TX
1207 AM CDT Wed Mar 29 2017

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1207 AM CDT Wed Mar 29 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

.DAY ONE...Tonight.

A line of strong to severe storms will move across the region
overnight and will pose primarily a damaging wind threat, although
severe hail and isolated tornadoes remain possible. In addition,
there will be a threat for localized instances of flash flooding,
especially for locales that receive training of storm cells with
heavy rainfall associated with the slow-moving, upper level low.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Thursday through Tuesday.

Thunderstorm chances will linger on Wednesday mostly along and east
of Interstate 35. The threat for severe storms will continue with a
risk for damaging winds and perhaps an isolated tornado. A low
chance for thunderstorms continues across this area Wednesday night,
as the core of the upper low moves across the Southern Plains. These
storms will pose a risk for marginally severe hail with the
strongest updrafts.

Another storm system will bring increasing chances for thunderstorms
to the region Saturday through Monday, with the highest coverage
Sunday and Sunday night. Strong to severe storms will once again be
possible, though many details remain uncertain regarding system and
environmental evolution.

Spotter activation is possible generally along and west of the
Interstate 35 corridor through sunrise.


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