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Increasing Risk for Flash and River Flooding Through the Weekend

A storm system will track across the central U.S. and set the stage for severe thunderstorms and widespread heavy rainfall through the weekend. There will be a threat for flash and river flooding for portions of the Southern Plains into the Upper Midwest. Read More >

A chance of storms exists tonight across North Texas. Low temperatures will be quite warm with values in the upper 60s to mid 70s. Winds will be out of the south between 10-15 mph. Any storm that develops will have the potential to become severe. All modes of severe weather will be possible.
Better chances for severe storms arrive on Saturday ahead of a cold front. Highest chances for severe weather will be east of I-35 although all areas in North Texas will have some threat. Some thunderstorms could be ongoing during the morning hours, but will increase in coverage during the afternoon and evening hours.

 
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Observed Precipitation

NWS Doppler Radar ONE - HOUR Estimates

Dallas/Fort Worth
Central Texas
Dyess Air Force Base

NWS Doppler Radar STORM - TOTAL Estimates

Dallas/Fort Worth
Central Texas
Dyess Air Force Base

River Forecast Center Precipitation Estimates

Daily Precipitation Analysis
Hourly Precipitation Analysis

Observed Precipitation Amounts

North Texas Precipitation Table
Regional Temperature and Precipitation Table
State Temperature and Precipitation Table