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Short Term Forecast

SHORT TERM FORECAST
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
630 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

TXZ091>095-100>107-115>123-129>135-141>148-156>162-174-175-180145-
MONTAGUE-COOKE-GRAYSON-FANNIN-LAMAR-YOUNG-JACK-WISE-DENTON-COLLIN-
HUNT-DELTA-HOPKINS-STEPHENS-PALO PINTO-PARKER-TARRANT-DALLAS-
ROCKWALL-KAUFMAN-VAN ZANDT-RAINS-EASTLAND-ERATH-HOOD-SOMERVELL-
JOHNSON-ELLIS-HENDERSON-COMANCHE-MILLS-HAMILTON-BOSQUE-HILL-
NAVARRO-FREESTONE-ANDERSON-LAMPASAS-CORYELL-BELL-MCLENNAN-FALLS-
LIMESTONE-LEON-MILAM-ROBERTSON-
630 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

.NOW...
AS OF 630 PM...SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS WERE LOCATED ACROSS NORTH
TEXAS...WITH MOST OF THE ACTIVITY ALONG AND WEST OF A GAINESVILLE
TO CANTON LINE. THROUGH THE EVENING HOURS...ISOLATED SHOWERS AND
THUNDERSTORMS WILL REMAIN POSSIBLE FOR ALL OF NORTH AND CENTRAL
TEXAS. RAINFALL AMOUNTS SHOULD REMAIN LIGHT...WITH RAIN TOTALS
GENERALLY LESS THAN ONE QUARTER OF AN INCH ACROSS MOST LOCATIONS.
HOWEVER...LOCALLY HIGHER AMOUNTS ARE POSSIBLE FOR ANY AREA THAT
ENCOUNTERS A SLOW MOVING THUNDERSTORM.

OTHERWISE...SKIES ARE EXPECTED TO REMAIN PARTLY TO MOSTLY CLOUDY
ACROSS MOST OF NORTH AND CENTRAL TEXAS...WITH TEMPERATURES DIPPING
INTO THE 80S.


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Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
326 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

TXZ091>095-100>107-115>123-129>135-141>148-156>162-174-175-181115-
MONTAGUE-COOKE-GRAYSON-FANNIN-LAMAR-YOUNG-JACK-WISE-DENTON-COLLIN-
HUNT-DELTA-HOPKINS-STEPHENS-PALO PINTO-PARKER-TARRANT-DALLAS-
ROCKWALL-KAUFMAN-VAN ZANDT-RAINS-EASTLAND-ERATH-HOOD-SOMERVELL-
JOHNSON-ELLIS-HENDERSON-COMANCHE-MILLS-HAMILTON-BOSQUE-HILL-NAVARRO-
FREESTONE-ANDERSON-LAMPASAS-CORYELL-BELL-MCLENNAN-FALLS-LIMESTONE-
LEON-MILAM-ROBERTSON-
326 PM CDT WED SEP 17 2014

THIS HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK IS FOR NORTH TEXAS.

.DAY ONE...THROUGH TONIGHT.
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS ARE POSSIBLE ACROSS ALL OF NORTH TEXAS
THROUGH TONIGHT. AFTER SUNSET...THE BEST STORM CHANCES WILL BE
GENERALLY SOUTH OF THE INTERSTATE 20 CORRIDOR. LOCALLY HEAVY
RAINFALL AND CLOUD TO GROUND LIGHTNING WILL BE THE PRIMARY
HAZARDS. BEFORE SUNSET...GUSTY WINDS MAY ACCOMPANY A FEW OF THE
STORMS.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...THURSDAY THROUGH TUESDAY.
SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS WILL REMAIN IN THE FORECAST THURSDAY
THROUGH SUNDAY NIGHT. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS MAY LINGER INTO
MONDAY SOUTH OF A LAMPASAS TO ATHENS LINE. SEVERE WEATHER IS NOT
EXPECTED.

.SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT...
SPOTTER ACTIVATION IS NOT EXPECTED AT THIS TIME.

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