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Rain chances will return on Tuesday and Wednesday. There will be a threat for a few strong storms as well. The details on severe weather will be ironed out over the next several days, however.
After this wet and gloomy week, expect plenty of sunshine this upcoming week. Showers and storms possible on Tuesday and Wednesday, but the rest of the week looks dry and nice! High temperatures in the 60s and low 70s.
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 Southwestern Assemblies of God University. The class is FREE and there is no registration needed.

 
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Shear (0-6Km) 

The 0-6 km shear vector.  Values generally greater than 40 knots are supportive of supercells, although in high instability environments this can be as low as 30 knots. 

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