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Last Map Update: Thu, Apr. 26, 2018 at 8:01:12 pm CDT

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Low rain chances return to the forecast late tonight into Friday morning. Most areas will likely remain dry, but there could be a few showers or sprinkles across parts of the area. Overnight low temperatures will fall into the 40s and 50s.
An exceptional weekend is in store with a gradual warming trend into Sunday. Expect mostly sunny skies Friday and Saturday, with a few more clouds by Sunday as moisture starts to increase.
3 years ago today, on April 26th, 2015, 15 tornadoes occurred across parts of the region, from Comanche to Johnson to Hillsboro Counties. One supercell produced 8 tornadoes near Rio Vista over the span of 2-3 hours, in addition to large hail and significant flash flooding. Very large hail also fell near the town of Dublin in southwestern Erath county.
Thunderstorm chances will increase over western North Texas on Tuesday as a dryline approaches. While details regarding the exact location and severity of thunderstorms remain uncertain, as is typically the case this time of the year, a few storms may be strong to severe. Additional rounds of thunderstorms will be likely on Wednesday and Thursday as well, with severe weather possible on those days as well. Check back for details over the next few days as we continue to refine the forecast.

 
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