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Hazardous Weather Outlook

Hazardous Weather Outlook
National Weather Service Fort Worth TX
345 PM CDT Sun May 28 2017

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345 PM CDT Sun May 28 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

.DAY ONE...This Afternoon and Tonight.

Isolated to scattered thunderstorms are possible this afternoon for a
good portion of North and Central TX. The better risk for strong to
severe thunderstorms, however, will be along and south of a Lampasas
to Emory line. The primary hazards with any strong to severe storms
will be large hail and strong downburst winds, but an isolated
tornado cannot be ruled out.

Any storms north of this area this afternoon and evening may produce
small hail and gusty winds.

Overnight, additional thunderstorms are possible mainly along and
south of a Sulphur Springs to DFW to Cisco line. Some storms could be
strong producing small hail, gusty winds and brief heavy rainfall.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Monday through Saturday.

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

Storm chances continue through the rest of the 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 may be requested, mainly for areas along and south
of a Lampasas to Emory line this afternoon and tonight.



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