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There will be scattered severe thunderstorms across parts of North Texas today, mainly along and north of I-20 to the Red River. A stationary frontal boundary is expected to be the main focus for thunderstorm development this afternoon. Very large hail and damaging winds will be the main threat with any storms that develop. Most of the storms will move east of the area by late this evening.
Strong and gusty west to northwest winds are forecast on Monday as relative humidity values fall below about 30 percent, with the lowest readings across the west and southwest counties. This will result in elevated fire weather conditions across all of North and Central Texas. Our confidence in Critical conditions is highest in the orange-shaded area, where a Fire Weather Watch has been issued. This Critical threat could spread east, however, if relative humidity looks to be a bit lower in subsequent forecasts. Caution is urged on Monday across the region if any activities may result in fire ignition.
A reinforcing shot of cooler air will send high temperatures on Tuesday into the 60s, but temperatures will warm back into the mid 70s on Wednesday and upper 70s on Thursday. Expect mainly sunny conditions, although some increasing cloud cover is expected Wednesday and into Thursday.
We will have two SKYWARN Basic Class on Monday, March 19th. One in Graham (Young County) from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm and the second one in Copperas Cove (Coryell County) from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Classes are free and registration is not required! We hope to see you there!

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