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Last Map Update: Sun, May. 28, 2017 at 9:37:16 am CDT

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A cold front moving through North Texas this morning will continue into Central and Northeast Texas. This front, along with an outflow boundary from last night's storms to the east, will act as a focus for shower and thunderstorm development later this afternoon. A warm, humid, and unstable air mass south of the front will allow for some thunderstorms to become severe, with large hail, damaging wind gusts, heavy rainfall, and frequent lightning likely to be the main hazards. North of the front, thunderstorm chances will be less, but a few isolated thunderstorms are still expected. The severe potential will also be lower north of the front.
The Memorial Day forecast calls for scattered showers and storms across mainly portions of Central Texas. A few storms could be strong or marginally severe producing gusty winds, small hail and brief heavy rain. Otherwise, it will be partly cloudy in the north to mostly cloudy in the south with highs in the 80s. North winds of 5 to 10 mph in the morning will become east and southeast in the afternoon and evening hours.
Thunderstorm chances will remain in the forecast each day during the upcoming week, with the highest chances expected on Thursday. At the moment, the severe threat does not look particularly high nor widespread, but as is typically the case this time of the year, any storms that do form will have the potential to become severe with large hail and damaging wind gusts likely to be the main hazards. Heavy rainfall will also be possible. Otherwise, highs will be in the mid 80s and lows in the upper 60s to near 70 for the week - near climatological averages for the last week of May and first week of June.

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