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Last Map Update: Mon, Jan. 16, 2017 at 10:48:14 pm CST

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A long lived supercell thunderstorm produced several weak tornadoes Sunday evening across parts of Central and North Texas. The storm started south of Killeen and moved north all the way to north of Dallas before being overtaken by a line of thunderstorms from the west. Survey teams are out looking at damage today.
DFW Airport tallied 3.17" of rain from the storms Sunday night. This is among the greatest 24-hour precipitation totals on record for January.
The heaviest rainfall occurred Sunday evening along the path of a tornadic supercell. DFW Airport tallied 3.17", one of the greatest 24-hour totals on record for January. Our cooperative observer in Alvarado (Johnson County) measured 4.02".
Skies will be mostly cloudy tonight and there will be a chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms southeast of a Lampasas to Sulphur Springs line. Lows will range from the mid 30s in the Gainesville to Graham areas to the lower 50s across the Palestine to Cameron areas.
It will be cloudy Tuesday with a chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms across all but the extreme north. No severe weather is expected. Highs will be in the 50s with north winds 5 to 10 mph.
Rain showers will be on the increase Tuesday and will last into Wednesday. The highest rain chances will be located across Central Texas. Isolated thunderstorms will be possible as well, but no severe weather is expected.

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