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Last Map Update: Fri, Mar. 22, 2019 at 8:22:19 pm CDT

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The storm system to the west will continue slowly approaching the region through the evening hours tonight. The increasing clouds and continued southerly breezes will hold low temperatures in the 50s. A cap aloft should help hold off most of the rain and storm activity until after midnight. However, areas west of U.S. 281 from Jacksboro to Lampasas could see isolated showers and thunderstorms by late evening. Though severe weather is not expected, brief, stronger storms could produce small hail.
Rain and thunderstorm chances will be highest on Saturday morning, but severe weather is not anticipated through the morning hours. Some small hail will be possible with any stronger storms, however.
A dryline will approach the region on Saturday afternoon. Whether or not storms even develop along the dryline remains in question, but if they do, they'd have the potential to become severe. The main threat would be from large hail and mainly for locales north of I- 20 and west of I-35 into the evening hours.
Saturday night through most of Sunday will be largely rain/storm free across the region. The best potential for storms will be in the late afternoon Sunday and into the overnight hours. The highest coverage of storms will be near and east of I-35 and north of I-20. The risk for strong to severe storms exists across this area with the primary hazards being hail to the size of quarters and strong winds. Elsewhere, there will be a lower coverage of showers and thunderstorms with a lower risk for severe weather. Afternoon high temperatures should still climb into the 70s for most locations. Some locales will experience high temperatures in the low 80s.
Join us for our next SKYWARN spotter training class on Monday, March 25th in Groesbeck, TX (Limestone County). We will conduct the Basic Class from 7 to 9 PM. Remember, the class is free, open to all ages, and there is no registration required. We hope to see you there!
There are still a few remaining SKYWARN storm spotter classes through the end of March if you haven't made it to one yet! All classes are free and open to all ages. No registration is required.

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