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Last Map Update: Mon, Jan. 27, 2020 at 11:24:17 am CST

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A low pressure system and its associated fronts will move into the area on Tuesday, bringing rain chances to most of North and Central Texas. A few rumbles of thunder are possible in the afternoon, but severe weather is not expected. The front will move through in the late afternoon and evening, with scattered cold rain showers continuing overnight into the early morning hours mostly north of I- 20 and east of I-35.
Morning fog will burn off around midday today (Monday), yielding a mostly sunny sky. Mild temperatures are expected with highs in the 60s and lower 70s.
Rain chances will increase late tonight (mainly after midnight) with the arrival of an upper level disturbance. Some isolated thunderstorms are also possible. Severe weather is not expected. Overnight lows will range from the mid 40s to the lower 50s.
Showers and a few isolated thunderstorms are possible on Thursday as an upper level system approaches. Below-normal high temperatures in the 50s are expected across the region.
A total of 5 tornadoes have been confirmed from Jan 10th's severe weather event. An EF-1 tornado occurred in northwest Johnson county near Joshua. An EF-0 tornado occurred in northwest Dallas county near Irving. Two EF-0 tornadoes occurred in Delta county, one near Cooper and one near Enloe. An EF-0 tornado occurred near Boyd in southern Wise County.
The National Weather Service in Fort Worth will host a SKYWARN class on Monday, January 27 in Milam County. The class will be held in Cameron at the Cameron Fire Department starting at 6 pm. This class is open to the public of all ages, is free of charge, and does not require pre-registration. You do not have to be a resident of Milam County to attend the class. For more information including maps and addresses of all the class locations, visit weather.gov/fortworth/skywarn.

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