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After some patchy fog this morning, there will be some chances for showers and isolated storms across our southeastern counties through the afternoon hours. Locally heavy rainfall and cloud to ground lightning will be the main threats with any storms here. Otherwise, high temperatures today will generally be in the 60s across North and Central Texas.
The beginning of the week looks to be a bit warmer, even if the rain chances return Tuesday and Wednesday.
A nice day is in store for Monday after any morning fog scatters away. Mostly sunny to partly cloud skies will prevail with high temperatures in the 60s to near 70 degrees.
The next storm system will approach the region on Tuesday. This will result in the development of showers and thunderstorms, and some of these storms could become strong to marginally severe. The main threat with storms on Tuesday looks to be from marginally severe hail, in addition to cloud to ground lightning. On Wednesday, additional showers and storms are expected. Depending on how much instability is available, some of these storms may also be strong to severe, but a good deal of uncertainty exists in this portion of the forecast.
Join us to our next SKYWARN Class on Monday February 26th from 6 PM through 8 PM in Groesbeck, TX (Limestone County) . We will host the Basic class at the Limestone County Courthouse. The class is FREE and there is no registration needed. We will see you there!
Join us to our next SKYWARN Class on Tuesday February 27th from 6:30 PM through 8:30 PM in Palo Pinto, TX (Palo Pinto County) . We will host the Basic class at the County Extension Office. The class is FREE and there is no registration needed.

 
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National Weather Service Fort Worth, Texas.

2008

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