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Last Map Update: Sat, May. 27, 2017 at 4:26:18 pm CDT

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Hot and humid conditions continue on Saturday, with most areas seeing heat index values higher than 100 degrees. A Heat Advisory will be in effect on Saturday from 2 PM to 7 PM for parts of North and Central Texas. Be sure to take extra precautions if outdoors!
There is a low chance for isolated severe storms to develop late this afternoon and evening. If they are able to form, they would be capable of becoming severe and producing large hail in addition to damaging winds or an isolated tornado.
There is a chance for a complex of storms to develop in southern Oklahoma and move southward into North Texas after midnight. If this complex moves southward, it would be capable of producing damaging winds before weakening near Interstate 20.
Some scattered storms are possible on Sunday along a stalling front in Central Texas. The front's location and the thunderstorm potential will depend highly on any thunderstorms that may occur Saturday night. A few storms could be strong or severe on Sunday afternoon or evening.
With the first extended hot spell expected Friday and Saturday of the last weekend in May, a few rules of thumb to think about when heading out with children in vehicles. Never leave a child, pet, or even an adult in a hot vehicle for any extended period of time, as it can be fatal!

 
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