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Tropical Storm Cindy Forecast to Move Onshore Thursday

Heavy rain from Tropical Storm Cindy will continue inundating the Gulf Coast. Rain amounts of 6-9 inches, with isolated amounts of 15 inches, will bring a high risk of reaching excessive levels and producing life-threatening flash floods along the Gulf Coast, especially, the central Gulf Coast. Out west, dangerous, record breaking heat continues for the Southwest and portions of California. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Thu, Jun. 22, 2017 at 9:12:18 am CDT

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As Tropical Storm Cindy moves north across far eastern Texas/far western Louisiana, there will be low chances just east of I-35/US 75 and increasing chances the closer you get to East Texas. Clouds associated with Cindy will extend west of the I-35 corridor with mostly sunny skies farther west. Highs will be in the mid 80s east to the mid 90s northwest.
It will be partly to mostly sunny and warmer Friday. There will be a slight chance of thunderstorms during the afternoon north of a Graham to Sulphur Springs line as a cold front approaches. Highs will be in the lower 90s east to around 101 degrees across the northwest. The combination of the heat and humidity will make it feel like it is 100 to 107 degrees across the region.
There will be a threat for showers and thunderstorms this weekend across parts of North and Central TX. On Saturday, the greatest rain potential will be in the pre-dawn to mid-morning hours. While not zero, rain chances will lower through the day somewhat on Saturday afternoon and evening. There may be a window of opportunity for precipitation-free conditions late Saturday into Sunday before rain chances increase again Sunday morning and Sunday afternoon. Widespread severe weather is NOT expected, but gusty winds, lightning and brief heavy rain will be possible.

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