Hazardous Weather Outlook
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Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Fort Worth TX
344 PM CDT Sat May 27 2017

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344 PM CDT Sat May 27 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

.DAY ONE...This Afternoon through Tonight.
Heat indices will be 100-108 degrees across the region this
afternoon though early evening. If planning to be outdoors for
extended periods of time, remember to wear lightweight clothing,
hydrate with water and take frequent breaks indoors or in the shade.

Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms are possible late this
afternoon and evening generally along and west of a Bonham to DFW to
Stephenville line. A strong cap may prevent storms from forming, but
if storms form, they will have a threat for very large hail, damaging
winds, and an isolated tornado or two.

A complex of storms will form across southern Oklahoma along a cold
front this evening, then is expected to move into North Texas,
mainly east of Interstate 35/35W and north of Interstate 20. This
complex is expected to weaken as it crosses the Red River Valley
after midnight, but a few storms may remain strong to severe and
contain damaging winds and hail as it moves south and southeast.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Sunday through Friday.
Scattered thunderstorms are expected to develop on the cold front as
it continues south across Central Texas on Sunday afternoon and
evening. A few strong to severe storms will remain possible with hail
and strong winds the main hazards.

Thunderstorm chances will continue Memorial Day and Monday night along
and south of a line from Sulphur Springs to Cleburne to Comanche. A
few strong storms are possible producing gusty winds, hail and brief
heavy rainfall.

Storm chances continue through the rest of next week, as an
unsettled weather pattern continues across the region. Widespread
severe weather is not anticipated Tuesday through Wednesday; however
a few strong storms containing strong winds, small hail, and brief
heavy rainfall are possible. An upper level trough may bring better
chances for severe storms later in the week.

Spotter activation is possible to the west of I-35/35W late this
afternoon and evening. Limited spotter activation, mainly east of
I-35/35W and north of Interstate 20, will remain possible with any
overnight storms accompanying the cold front.



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