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Heavy Rain, Local Flooding from Gulf Coast to Southern Mid-Atlantic

A slow moving front will provide the focus for locally heavy rain from the Gulf Coast and Southeast states to the southern Mid-Atlantic on Tuesday. Localized flash flooding will be possible with the heavier thunderstorms. Also, some of these thunderstorms could produce damaging wind gusts in parts of the Southeast on Tuesday. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, May. 22, 2017 at 11:49:17 pm CDT

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Between now and midnight, one area of thunderstorms will cross the Red River, while additional storms will affect the southwest counties. The overall severe threat should decrease with time, though a severe storm or two may still occur.
We are are watching for strong to possibly severe storms to move from the Texas Panhandle through late afternoon and evening. The northwest sections of North Texas should be the first to see these storms likely late this evening. The main hazards will be hail, gusty winds and brief periods of heavy rain. Storms chances will continue through the overnight and Tuesday morning hours. Then, rain chances will quickly end from the northwest to southeast as the front clears the region.

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