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Hazardous Weather Outlook

Hazardous Weather Outlook...UPDATED
National Weather Service Fort Worth TX
348 PM CDT Fri May 26 2017

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348 PM CDT Fri May 26 2017

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

.DAY ONE...This Afternoon and Tonight.
Heat indices will continue between 100 and 105 degrees in some areas
through the early evening hours. 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

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Saturday through Thursday.
Afternoon heat indices will reach 100-107 degrees across many areas
Saturday afternoon and evening. If planning to be outdoors for
extended periods of time Saturday afternoon and early evening,
remember to wear lightweight clothing, hydrate with water or water-
based fluids, and take frequent breaks indoors or in the shade.

There is a low chance for thunderstorms near a dryline late Saturday
afternoon and evening along and west of a Bonham to DFW to
Stephenville line. A strong cap may prevent storms from forming, but
if storms form along or just east of the dryline, they will likely
be severe with a threat for very large hail, damaging downburst
winds and an isolated tornado.

Overnight Saturday into Sunday morning, a complex of storms may move
into the region from the north along a cold front. This complex would
likely be weakening if it moves into North Texas, but there would be
a risk for a few severe storms late Saturday night and early Sunday
morning. Damaging winds and hail are expected to be the main hazards
with the complex of storms.

As the cold front continues moving south through North and Central
Texas on Sunday, scattered thunderstorms are expected along the
front. A few strong to severe storms will remain possible, mainly in
the afternoon and early evening hours. Hail and strong winds will be
the main hazards. A chance for rain will continue behind the front
Sunday night and Monday. Brief heavy rainfall may result in nuisance
flooding of low-lying areas.

An active weather pattern will continue through next week with storm
chances continuing each day Tuesday through Thursday.

Spotter activation is not expected through tonight.



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