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Heavy Rain, Flooding Possible From Remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy

The remnants of Tropical Storm Cindy will spread heavy rain into the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys today - and into the Appalachians and Mid-Atlantic tonight. Flash flooding is possible in these areas. Strong to severe thunderstorms are also possible in these areas. Flash flooding is life threatening. Never drive your car across flooded roadways. Read More >

Additional isolated-scattered thunderstorm development possible this afternoon and evening as a cold front approaches. Main threats will be downburst winds in excess of 60 MPH and hail to 1" in diameter. Storms will move very slowly south-southwestward at around 10 mph.
A Heat Advisory is in effect from Noon through 7 PM today for much of North and Central Texas. The heat and humidity will combine to make it feell like it is 105 to 110 degrees. Take extra precautions if working or spending time outdoors. Take extra precautions if you work or spend time outside. When possible...reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke. Wear light weight and loose fitting clothing when possible and drink plenty of water. Check on persons with health problems and the elderly as they are the most susceptible to heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
Isolated to perhaps scattered thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and evening ahead of a southward moving cold front. These storms will have the potential to be severe, producing damaging wind gusts and hail to near 1" in diameter.
More widespread thunderstorms are expected to develop overnight as a disturbance approaches from the northwest. While some of these storms may be strong, producing wind gusts and small hail, they should gradually begin to weaken through the overnight hours. The main threats will gradually shift to a heavy rain threat with localized flash flooding possible.
Waco may reach 100 degrees for the first time this year today. Here are some interesting 100 degree day information for Waco. * The average first 100 degree day is July 4th. * The average last 100 degree day is August 29th. * The earliest occurrence of 100 degrees was March 28th, back in 1971. * The latest occurrence of 100 degrees was October 4th, back in 1983. * We average 24 days with highs of 100 degrees or higher.
Good news! Thanks to a summer cold front that will sweep through North and Central Texas later tonight, a break from the summer heat is expected the next couple of days. Temperatures will be below seasonal normals. Forecast high temperatures will stay mostly in the 80s Saturday through Tuesday, then, warming up to the 90s by the end of next week.
Scattered showers and storms are expected through the morning hours, shifting south by the afternoon. In the morning hours, heavy rain, gusty winds and small hail are possible. As these storms move south, gusty winds and locally heavy rain are the main threats. All showers and storms will be capable of heavy rainfall, which may lead to localized flooding on Saturday.

 
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National Weather Service, Fort Worth/Dallas, Texas
Skywarn Frequency List - March 2010   

 

County
City
Frequency
Anderson
Palestine
147.08+ (pl 103.5)
Anderson Palestine (Backup) 147.140+  (pl 103.5)
BELL
Temple ( Bell County )
147.140 / 145.310 (E)
BOSQUE
Clifton
147.180 (I)
COLLIN
Plano
147.180
COMANCHE
Stephenville ( Erath County )
147.360 (E)
COOKE
Gainesville
147.340 (E)
Cooke
Gainesville
443.125
Cooke
Gainesville
145.290
CORYELL
Temple ( Bell County )
147.140 / 145.310 (E)
DALLAS
Dallas
146.880
Dallas
Irving
146.720
Dallas Coppell 444.225 (pl 110.9)
DELTA
Paris ( Lamar County )
146.760 (L) (I)
DENTON
Denton
146.920
DENTON
Lewisville
145.170
Denton
The Colony
147.380
Denton
Carrollton
145.210
EASTLAND
Eastland
444.800 (L)
ELLIS
Waxahachie
145.410
ERATH
Stephenville
147.360 (E)
FALLS
Temple ( Bell County )
147.140 / 145.310 (E)
FALLS
Mexia ( Limestone County )
145.39 (Primary)
FANNIN
Bonham
145.470 (E) (I) (L)
FREESTONE
Mexia ( Limestone County )
145.390
GRAYSON
Sherman
147.000
HAMILTON
Hamilton
442.475 (L)
HENDERSON
Athens
147.220
HILL
Hillsboro
146.780 (Primary)
HILL
Alvarado ( Johnson County )
147.000 (Secondary)
HOOD
Granbury
147.080 (L)
HOOD
Granbury
224.340
HOOD
Granbury
442.575
HOPKINS
Sulphur Springs
146.680
HOPKINS
Cumby
147.300 (E)
HUNT
Greenville
146.780 (E)
HUNT
Greenville
147.160
Jack
NO REPEATERS
 
JOHNSON
Cleburne
145.490
KAUFMAN
Kaufman
146.980
LAMAR
Paris
146.760 (E)
LAMAR
Paris
444.500 (L) (I)
LAMPASAS
Temple ( Bell County )
147.140 / 145.310 (E)
Lampasas
Lampasas
147.220
LEON
Mexia ( Limestone County )
145.390
LIMESTONE
Mexia ( Limestone County )
145.390
McLENNAN
Waco
145.150 or Bell County
MILAM
Temple ( Bell County )
147.140 / 145.310 (E)
MILLS
Temple ( Bell County )
147.140 / 145.310 (E)
Mills
Lampasas ( Lampasas County )
147.220
MONTAGUE
Bowie
145.390 (Primary)
MONTAGUE
Bowie
442.450 (L) (Secondary)
NAVARRO
Corsicana
145.290
PALO PINTO
Mineral Wells
147.040
PALO PINTO
Mineral Wells
145.470
PALO PINTO
Mineral Wells
146.900 (Backup)
PARKER
Weatherford
147.040
PARKER
Weatherford
146.900
PARKER
Weatherford
443.250 (Backup)
RAINS
Emory
146.920
ROBERTSON
Temple ( Bell County )
147.140 / 145.310 (E)
ROCKWELL
Rockwall
441.525 (L)
Somervell
NO INFO AVAILABLE
 
STEPHENS
Caddo
444.725 (L)
TARRANT
Fort Worth
146.940
TARRANT
Fort Worth
146.760
VAN ZANDT
Wills Point
147.280
VAN ZANDT
Canton
145.270
WISE
Paradise
146.620
WISE
Boyd
146.980
WISE
Decatur (primary)
442.600
YOUNG
Graham
147.340 (I)
 CAPITAL LETTERS (Green) � Used by the NWS SkyWarn Team to talk directly to Spotters.
Italics
(Blue) � Used by local spotter groups.
Lower case (Red) � No information available.
(E) � Contact made via EchoLink
(I) � Contact made via IRLP
(L) � Contact made via other linked repeaters (i.e. RAILS)