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North Texas | Saturday, Mar 21, 2020 & Sunday, Mar 22, 2020 Weather Updates

North Texas Weather – Friday, March 20, 2020

#Texas: widespread rain/storms thru all today. No #severeweather, but strongest storms might have hail to penny size, winds to 50mph. #flooding is a concern. Much cooler – highs in 50s, 40s (!) tonight. #turnarounddontdrown #dfw #dallas #fortworth #c2wx #dfwwx #ntxwx #txwx https://t.co/bYrYgF8JE6

North Texas: A Very Stormy Tuesday Night; Wednesday Morning

#NorthTexas: widespread storms move in from W late aft/evening/overnight. Hvy rain, copious lightning. Potential: hail to ~2″, winds <=60ish mph, flooding… mainly out by late tmrw morning, leaving cloudy skies behind. #c2wx #dfwwx #txwx #dfw #dallas #fortworth #severeweather

#FlashFlood watch til Wed @ 7pm CDT for #NorthTexas counties along & N of a US-67~#Dallas~I20 line, […]

Week of Tuesday, March 17, 2020 “Next in a Nutshell” World Outlook

 

The “double jet” situation continues here in the United States, keeping it stormy for much of the continental from the Southwest to the Plains States to the East Coast… and I sure ain’t complaining!

A couple of systems currently over the Mississippi River valley & the East Coast states will move offshore as […]

A March from the Pacific – Week of Sunday, March 8, 2020 World Outlook

The next 15 days are gonna be quite interesting here in the US of A, weather wise. We’ve got what’s called a “double jet” – both the polar and subtropical jet streams of the Northern Hemisphere are draped across the lower 48 – the polar across the Northern tier of states; the subtropical across the […]

Texas Weather Outlook – February 9, 2020

After a very active (well, at least for winter) January 10… here we are looking at another, milder, severe potential here on February 9.

First, let’s look at the SPC outlook.

So, we’ve got general thunderstorms for the Hill Country, South Central, Southeast, and East Texas; this also includes the eastern edge of the […]

Sprinkly Saturday, Showery Saturnight

#NorthTexas #weather: afternoon will continue in the 60s w/ mostly cloudy skies & increasing humidity. isolated sprinkles today, moving S to N generally; Scattered showers/storms tonight w/ lows 40s N & W; 50s DFW S &E. #dfwwx #txwx #txweather #dfw #dallas #fortworth #ntxwx #c2wx

— PC2.0 / Harmonious Realms of Squallbonde (@Squallbonde) […]

Jumpin’ January!

One of the common weather wisdoms in North Texas is that severe thunderstorms, a purview of warm weather practically unheard of in the wintertime in the northern half of the country, can happen any time of the year, due to our subtropical climate. Sure, they may be most common in the springtime, but never count […]

North Texas’ First “Taste” of Winter Approaches…

Y'all ready, North Texas? Ready… for the apocalypse?! 🤣🌨

Temps climbing into the 60s NW/70s elsewhere by afternoon today, under cloudy skies, will give way to a drop in temperatures behind an afternoon cold front. By the time night's under way, expect temperatures to drop into the 40s with rain moving […]