Severe weather outlook, Tuesday, July 31

July 31, 2007 at 12:27 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Main Threat: Flooding rains, isolated dime sized hail or 60 mph winds
Threat Area: All of North Texas

Synopsis:
Lots of deep atmospheric humidity will fuel more thunderstorms today.
A few morning showers and thunderstorms will continue, mainly NE of the metroplex.
The main thunderstorm event will again be during the afternoon and early evening, with instability maximized by the warmest temperatures of the day.
Since there is no front to focus initial development, thunderstorms will again fire randomly, lasting about 30 minutes, decaying and new storms will form.
Storms that develop will be slow moving, and flooding rains may result.

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