Hazardous Weather Outlook
Issued by NWS Dallas/Fort Worth, TX

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Hazardous Weather Outlook...UPDATED
National Weather Service Fort Worth TX
520 AM CST Tue Feb 19 2019

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520 AM CST Tue Feb 19 2019

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

.DAY ONE...Today and Tonight.
Light sleet and possibly freezing rain may mix with a cold rain this
morning northwest of a line from Eastland to Mineral Wells to St. Jo.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect through early afternoon
across the area.

The potential for a wintry mix across these areas will likely
continue through midday and depending on how quickly temperatures
warm later this morning, possibly into the early afternoon hours as
well. Slippery travel conditions on elevated surfaces, such as bridges and
overpasses will be possible across areas well west through north of
the Dallas-Fort Metroplex for the morning commute. Conditions will
improve by midday, as temperatures slowly warm above freezing.

In addition, isolated embedded thunderstorms will be possible
across areas primarily southeast of a Bonham, to Dallas, to Meridian,
to Lampasas line by this afternoon.

.DAYS TWO THROUGH SEVEN...Wednesday through Monday.
Low thunderstorms chances return to areas east of a line from Sulphur
Springs, to Corsicana, to Cameron line Thursday night and Friday.
Thunderstorm chances will increase across the entire area Friday
night into Saturday, as a strong storm system moves across the region
and pulls a dryline through the area on Saturday.

At this time, widespread severe weather is not expected, but stronger
storms, along with a heavy rain threat is expected across areas east
of Interstate 35 later Friday night and especially on Saturday. Gusty
winds, small hail, and frequent lightning can be expected with stronger
storms. In addition, heavy downpours across eastern parts of North
and Central Texas may result minor flooding of low-lying areas moving
into the early part of the weekend.

Depending on rainfall the remainder of the week, very gusty west
winds, warm temperatures, and low afternoon humidity values behind
the dryline Saturday afternoon may result in elevated fire weather
conditions along and west of U.S. 281.

Spotter activation is not expected at this time.


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