Tag: Tornado Watch

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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A new tornado watch has been issued for far Northeast Texas and parts of East Texas until 4 AM. This watch runs north of a Jacksonville to Lufkin to Hemphill line and continues east into Arkansas and Lousiana. At the moment of this writing, its mostly quiet as our tornadic supercell that impacted Winnsboro to […]

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A Tornado Watch has been issued for eastern North Texas, Northeast Texas, and portions of East Texas until 11 PM. This watch runs along and east of a Corsicana to Terrell to Greenville to Bonham line to the Arkansas/Lousiana state line. This tornado watch includes Tyler, Longview, Mount Pleasant, Paris, Texarkana, Jefferson, and Marshall. A […]

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The Storm Prediction Center has issued a new long-duration tornado watch. This watch goes through 1 PM Saturday and includes much of Southeast Texas and the Brazos Valley. Lake Jackson, Texas City, Port Arthur, Dayton, Houston, Wharton, Conroe, Brenham, and Bryan/College Station are included in this new watch. We note that this watch does extend […]

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Harvey has become a major hurricane with maximum sustained winds near 120 MPH. Additional strengthening is possible and Harvey may make a run at category 4 status (130 MPH sustained) before making landfall tonight. This is in line with forecasts and will not really make much of a difference in terms of total impacts. See […]

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