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Last Map Update: Sun, Feb. 5, 2023 at 8:28:30 am CST

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A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for portions of Central Texas and the Brazos Valley until 9 AM this morning. Drive with caution as reduced visibilities will make it difficult to see while driving.
An upper-level system and cold front will push into the region bringing increased chances for showers and thunderstorms Tuesday into Wednesday. In general, 1 to 2 inches of rainfall is expected, with lesser amounts west of Highway 281. Heavy rain and localized higher amounts will be possible, primarily along and east of I-35.
Above-freezing, near-normal temperatures in the 30s and 40s are expected region-wide. Southerly winds will persist with speeds less than 15 kts. Patchy fog is possible mainly south of I-20 during the early morning hours.
Above normal temperatures in the 60s and 70s are expected on Sunday, accompanied by southerly winds around 5-10 mph and mostly sunny skies.
Temperatures will warm into the mid 60s to low 70s Monday as breezy south winds prevail across North and Central Texas. Sustained south winds of 15-25 mph could gust to 30-40 mph at times on Monday. The next upper-level system and associated cold front arrives by midweek increasing our chances for showers and thunderstorms. Heavy rain will be possible. Another cold front will bring a reinforcing push of cold air to the region towards the end of the work week.
On Tuesday, we'll be visiting Southwestern Adventist University in Keene. Come join us to learn all about severe weather!
Our Skywarn tour will be in Gainesville on Wednesday. If you're interested in learning more about identifying cloud features associated with thunderstorms and severe weather, we'll see you at the Civic Center!
Get ready, East Texas... we're coming to Greenville on Thursday. Do you know the difference between a wall cloud and a shelf cloud? Be prepared for severe weather season by attending this Skywarn class!

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