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Abundant moisture will result in increasing cloud cover and a chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms across Central Texas. Highs will be in the upper 80s to low 90s and winds will be out of the south around 10 to 15 mph.
Showers and thunderstorms will be on the increase Friday and will continue over the weekend. The primary concern will be heavy rain and the possibility of flooding. At this time it looks like areas along and north of I-20 will have the highest potential to receive heavy rain and possible flooding. Also, a few strong to severe storms will be possible, mainly south of the I-20 corridor.
Astronomical Fall starts this Saturday September 22nd. On this day, both hemispheres receive the same amount of radiation. Day and night are nearly equal in length (approximately 12 hours). Days will slowly become shorter and nights will be longer.

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April 3rd 2012 Severe Weather Outbreak

DFW Airport Hailstorm

Meteorologists from the Center Weather Service Unit near DFW Airport observed hail to the size of quarters.  However, just 100 yards to the east, baseball hail was falling.  Following the hailstorm, American Airlines cancelled all flights for the remainder of the day to inspect for hail damage.

DFW Airport Hailstorm