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Last Map Update: Sat, Feb. 25, 2017 at 6:56:18 pm CST

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It will be mostly clear and cool tonight with low temperatures in the 30s to lower 40s. Winds will be east to southeast at 5 to 10 mph.
A cool-down is expected by the middle of the week as a cold front pushes through North and Central Texas. Ahead of this cold front on Tuesday, thunderstorms are expected. A few of these thunderstorms could be severe. The cold front will move through Tuesday night and Wednesday morning, with temperatures expected to fall into the upper 50s to lower 60s by Wednesday afternoon. Breezy northwesterly winds are expected for several hours behind the cold front. Temperatures will remain relatively cool on Thursday as well, but beyond Tuesday night, rain chances should be near zero through at least Thursday.
Highs will be warmer across North and Central Texas on Sunday, with temperatures expected to range from the mid 60s across southeastern portions of our area, to low 70s in the northwest. Temperatures will remain cooler, with highs expected to be in the low 60s, near the Red River. Thunderstorms will be possible tomorrow as well, with the highest chances expected farther east. The severe potential is expected to remain low.
North and Central Texas has had one of the warmest winters on record. Although official numbers for the full Winter of 2016-2017 (December 1st through February 28th) are not available yet, here are the rankings of the top 10 winters at DFW and Waco. Through February 24th (with four days of data remaining), DFW would rank #1 with an average temperature of 53.3 degrees and Waco would rank #5 with an average temperature of 53.9 degrees!
We continue to monitor the potential for severe weather on both Monday and Tuesday. The potential is expected to remain low on Sunday, but would be primarily east of Interstate 35 during the early afternoon, through evening. The severe potential may be higher on Tuesday however, with the potential threat forecast to be over much of North and Central Texas during the mid-afternoon and evening hours. There remains a lot of uncertainty on the timing, placement, and severity of potential impacts. Stay tuned over the next few days for more information.
There is a SKYWARN class on Monday, February 27th, in Gatesville from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at the Gatesville Civic Center Complex. You do NOT have to be a resident of Coryell County to attend, and classes are FREE with no registration required. If you want to become a SKYWARN spotter and do your part to help the NWS Fort Worth and other local agencies and jurisdictions during severe weather, you'll definitely want to attend!

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