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Last Map Update: Tue, Jun. 19, 2018 at 7:40:19 am CDT

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Chances for showers and a few storms are expected today as tropical moisture spreads north through the region. The best rain chances will occur across the southern and southeast counties where the better moisture and lift will be. Otherwise, it will be warm and breezy with highs ranging from the lower 80s in the southeast to lower 90s in the northwest.
Showers and a few storms will linger this evening and into the overnight hours, mainly across the Central Texas Counties. Otherwise it will remain warm and humid with low temperatures in the 70s.
Chances for showers and thunderstorms continue through Thursday night, with dry conditions on Friday. The highest chances will be east of I-35/35E during the day, then areas mainly north of I-20/30 late Thursday night. Locally heavy rainfall across the southeast counties will continue on Wednesday. Gusty winds may accompany stronger storms Thursday afternoon and again late Thursday night. High temperatures around 90 on are expected Wednesday, then cranking back up into the mid-upper 90s by Friday.
Scattered strong to severe storms will form along a cold front across Oklahoma and Northwest Texas Saturday afternoon, then congeal into a small storm complex across Southern Oklahoma late Saturday evening. Models currently show storms moving across the Red River and affect areas north of I-20/30 after midnight late Saturday night. At this time, it appears this complex should weaken with a few strong storms containing gusty winds, small hail, and frequent lightning. Many uncertainties remain on evolution of storms, timing, track, and potential severity at this time. Continue to monitor future forecasts regarding thunderstorms Saturday night.

 
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