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The cold front extends from near Pecos to Ozona to Gatesville to Canton to Clarksville. Gusty northwest winds and precipitation behind the front are making for dreary and rather winter-like conditions. Temperatures are down into the 40s across the Panhandle and West Texas with 50s south into the Concho Valley and across North Texas. Those […]

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At times I feel like we all can get caught up in the ‘what level am I in’ syndrome. Please remember that thunderstorms don’t read maps and don’t care where they are in relation to a severe weather forecast. Pay attention if you’re located within or near a risk zone. Severe weather outlooks are based […]

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Flash flood watches are back in place across the Edwards Plateau, Concho Valley, Big Country, eastward into Central Texas and North Texas from Interstate 20 southward. One can also see the plethora of flood warnings in place for rivers and lakes that are into flood stage. Given antecedent soil moisture most locations across the flood watch […]

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Flash flood watches are back in place across the Edwards Plateau, Concho Valley, Big Country, eastward into Central Texas and North Texas from Interstate 20 southward. One can also see the plethora of flood warnings in place for rivers and lakes that are into flood stage. Given antecedent soil moisture most locations across the flood watch […]

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El Nino technically hasn’t even arrived yet and we’re already making up for a relatively quiet spring and summer. For the fifth weekend in a row, we’re going to have a multi-facet hazardous weather threat. Unlike our last event that featured a severe storm and heavy rain threat, this one is going for both of […]

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El Nino technically hasn’t even arrived yet and we’re already making up for a relatively quiet spring and summer. For the fifth weekend in a row, we’re going to have a multi-facet hazardous weather threat. Unlike our last event that featured a severe storm and heavy rain threat, this one is going for both of […]

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A line of showers and thunderstorms is moving east across the Texas Panhandle, South Plains, and Permian Basin this evening. This activity is associated with a surface cold front that extends from the Texas Panhandle back southwest into southeastern New Mexico. Showers farther east across Central Texas, East Texas, and North Texas are mostly diurnally […]

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Before we get into the nitty-gritty forecast details I want to take a moment to help calm some nerves. A personal note… Many folks on the coast or in adjacent inland regions are going to be nervous whenever they hear about some tropical mischief in the Gulf of Mexico. This upcoming system is not a […]

The post Invest 95L (probably future Tropical Depression #10) arrives in Texas on Friday appeared first on Texas Storm Chasers.

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Another round of heavy rain is expected to cause new flooding issues tonight. The National Weather Service has flood watches in place for the Edwards Plateau, South-Central Texas, Central Texas, and the Brazos Valley. Not everyone will experience heavy rain tonight, but there is concern about those who have already seen flooding this week. Widespread […]

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Soaking rains over the last week resulted in some improvement in drought conditions across Texas. The key word there is some. We’re going to need much more rain before we can completely eradicate drought conditions. Extreme drought conditions are more localized but they do remain in several spots. Widespread drought does remain across the southern half […]

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