Morgan's Point Resort, TX Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Morgan's Point Resort, TX

June 18, 2024 12:41 PM CDT (17:41 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:24 AM   Sunset 8:37 PM
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 1217 PM CDT Tue Jun 18 2024

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/NEW/ /Through Wednesday/

An influx of Gulf moisture associated with Potential Tropical Cyclone One will result in periodic showers and thunderstorms across North and Central Texas today and tomorrow. Coverage will remain isolated to widely scattered this afternoon and largely diurnally driven, as we're still on the periphery of the tropical disturbance. Any activity this afternoon should dissipate near sunset, but an uptick in coverage is expected late tonight through Wednesday. The best chances for showers and storms continue to be advertised across Central Texas where isolated rainfall totals between 1-2" are expected. There is a 10% chance rainfall totals will exceed 3" roughly near and south of a line from Goldthwaite to Gatesville to Hearne. Any higher-end totals will result in minor flood impacts across these areas as soils remain saturated following our wet spring. Some locations, especially across North Texas, will miss out on rain entirely.

Aside from the rain chances, another warm and breezy afternoon is expected today with high temperatures in the upper 80s to low 90s. A few spots may see heat index values top 100 degrees.
Fortunately, we'll get a brief break from the heat on Wednesday as a result of the increased cloud cover and precipitation, with high temperatures in the low to mid 80s.


/Issued 423 AM CDT Tue Jun 18 2024/ /Wednesday Night Onward/

A tropical disturbance will continue moving west across South Texas and northern Mexico Wednesday night and Thursday. Scattered showers and the occasional thunderstorms will shift west of the I-35 corridor, eventually exiting to our west during the overnight hours. A second batch of precipitation may develop across Central Texas during the day Thursday along a lingering moist axis, which will warrant some chance to slight chance POPs south of the I-20 corridor.

All showers and storms should come to an end Thursday night as a mid level ridge quickly redevelops overhead. The result will be a return to hot, humid, and rain-free weather Friday through the weekend. High temperatures in the mid to upper 90s with dewpoints in the lower 70s will have conditions pushing Heat Advisory criteria either Sunday or Monday (heat index 105 or greater). The next opportunity for rain will be associated with either another tropical system entering from the south, a weak front from the north, or both around the middle part of next week.


/NEW/ /18Z TAFs/

Lingering MVFR ceilings are slowly lifting to VFR, with the Cu field expected to gradually scatter out through the afternoon. A few showers and storms are expected to develop across Central Texas this afternoon, but coverage will be too isolated to warrant a mention in the KACT TAF at this time. Showers and storms will increase in coverage across Central Texas late tonight, spreading north throughout the day Wednesday. The best potential for showers/storms at any of the terminals will likely be tomorrow afternoon. Pinpointing a time for D10 is challenging since coverage will be isolated to widely scattered, so we'll forgo any mention of VCSH for now. For KACT, showers and storms could begin tomorrow morning, but the best potential will be outside of the current TAF period during the afternoon.

Otherwise, gusty southeast winds will continue this afternoon, but the strong gusts should subside near sunset. East to southeast winds near 10-15 knots are expected tonight through the remainder of the period.


Dallas-Ft. Worth 91 74 87 75 90 / 0 0 20 20 10 Waco 90 74 83 74 87 / 20 5 40 40 20 Paris 89 70 85 73 90 / 10 5 10 10 5 Denton 91 73 87 72 89 / 0 0 20 20 10 McKinney 91 73 86 73 90 / 5 5 20 20 5 Dallas 92 75 87 75 91 / 0 5 20 20 5 Terrell 90 73 85 73 90 / 5 5 20 20 5 Corsicana 91 73 84 75 90 / 20 5 30 20 5 Temple 91 73 81 72 87 / 20 5 50 50 30 Mineral Wells 90 72 86 72 87 / 0 0 20 30 20


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KTPL DRAUGHONMILLER CENTRAL TEXAS RGNL,TX 6 sm50 minSSE 13G1810 smClear88°F72°F59%29.89
KHLR HOOD AHP,TX 11 sm46 minS 0810 smA Few Clouds86°F73°F66%29.87
KGRK ROBERT GRAY AAF,TX 17 sm31 minSE 1410 smOvercast84°F72°F66%29.88
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