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Flood Threat Continues As Tropical Depression Cindy Moves Inland

Cindy will continue moving north-northeast at 12 mph, and will become post-tropical Friday. A cold front moving eastward will combine with the moisture from Cindy to produce heavy rains and the potential for flash flooding along a broad swath from the Gulf Coast into the Middle Atlantic. Flooding roads are dangerous, remember to "Turn Around, Don't Drown". Read More >

A Heat Advisory is in effect for Friday afternoon. Hot and humid conditions will result in dangerous heat Friday afternoon across North and Central Texas, with heat index values forecast to rise to 105 to 108. Take extra precautions if working or spending time outdoors. Check on persons with health problems and the elderly as they are most susceptible to heat-related illness.
A cold front will bring widespread rain chances to North and Central Texas starting Friday night, but not everyone will receive rain. The main hazards will be lightning, gusty winds, and isolated heavy rainfall. A few strong or severe storms are possible Friday night and Saturday.
Dangerous heat conditions are expected on Friday as temperatures climb into the 90s and over 100 degrees. However, it will still be humid, thus heat index values will range from 100 to 110. A Heat Advisory is in effect Friday across the central parts of North and Central Texas. A cold front will arrive Friday night and Saturday bringing relief from the heat and a chance for rain to all of the region Saturday and Sunday. A washout is not expected due to the rain but storms may produce gusty winds and heavy rain.

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