Hallsburg, TX Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Hallsburg, TX

December 11, 2023 1:16 PM CST (19:16 UTC)
Sunrise 7:16AM   Sunset 5:27PM   Moonrise  6:00AM   Moonset 4:14PM 

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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 1119 AM CST Mon Dec 11 2023

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/NEW/ /Through Tuesday/

Quiet weather will continue through Tuesday as we await the arrival of our next storm system later this week. Sunny skies are expected today with south to southeast winds and afternoon temperatures generally in the low to mid 60s. Tonight will be another chilly night, though we'll start to see a few clouds move in from the west beginning this evening. The increase in cloud cover along with a slight increase in low-level moisture will keep overnight temperatures in the mid to upper 30s, with only a few locations east of I-35 expected to fall into the low 30s.

Similar weather is expected on Tuesday, but a deepening upper level trough over the western CONUS will bring a steady stream of Pacific moisture into North and Central Texas. As a result, dense cirrus will increase across the region throughout the day, which will keep temperatures very close to today's values.


/Issued 324 AM CST Mon Dec 11 2023/ /Tuesday Night through Sunday/

A progressive belt of upper level flow will become situated across Canada, while a large blocking cut-off low will develop over the northeastern Pacific Ocean. The result will be split flow aloft and an upper level low will close off over the Great Basin Tuesday night and slowly lumber southeastward toward the state...not passing through until late in the weekend. A reflection of the slow movement of features aloft means that a surface high pressure will take up residence over the eastern U.S.
ensuring a persistent cool easterly flow at the surface here.
With the approach of the upper level low, the quality moisture return will be restricted below 850mb. However, strong isentropic lift and decent mid level moisture will coincide in the western zones late Wednesday and gradually spread into the I-35 corridor by Thursday night. Widespread rains should prevail across most of the area Friday and Friday night, before tapering off from west to east on Saturday.

Given the limited low level moisture/instability returning to the region, the severe weather threat is nil and even the potential for thunderstorms is rather limited. Rainfall amounts however could be noteworthy due to the persistent fire hose of lift over the region...especially across western and southern zones. Median QPF values from the ensembles range from 3 inches south of I-20 and I-35 to less than an half inch over the northeast zones.
However, to say that there is high confidence in high amounts of widespread rainfall at this stage would be a gamble as there is significant spread in the forecast totals. There is a 10% chance of little or no rain in our CWA on the dry end of the spectrum and a 10% chance of up to 10 inches on the flip side. For now the forecast will feature our best chances of rain on Friday. Until there is better consensus, we will hold off on advertising a heavy rain event for now, and show rainfall totals of near 2 inches in the southwest zones tapering off to just a quarter inch in the northeast.

With the increased cloud cover and likely rainfall, high temperatures will range from the mid 50s to low 60s through the period (with the exception of Friday where more significant rain would keep us chilly and in the upper 40s to mid 50s). Lows will be steady in the 40s through the week into the weekend.


/NEW/ /18Z TAFs/

VFR and south to southeast winds near 10 knots or less will continue through the period. Cirrus will begin streaming into the region tonight, with an increase in upper level clouds expected throughout the day Tuesday.


Dallas-Ft. Worth 63 40 62 45 60 / 0 0 0 0 5 Waco 63 37 64 45 60 / 0 0 0 0 10 Paris 59 34 60 38 58 / 0 0 0 0 0 Denton 62 35 62 41 59 / 0 0 0 0 5 McKinney 61 35 62 40 60 / 0 0 0 0 5 Dallas 63 40 62 44 60 / 0 0 0 0 5 Terrell 61 36 62 40 60 / 0 0 0 0 0 Corsicana 63 39 65 43 62 / 0 0 0 0 5 Temple 63 37 65 45 60 / 0 0 0 0 10 Mineral Wells 66 36 64 45 59 / 0 0 0 5 20


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AirportDistAgeWind ktVisSkyWeatherTempDewPtRHinHg
KCNW TSTC WACO,TX 7 sm21 minS 0810 smClear61°F25°F25%30.20
KACT WACO RGNL,TX 13 sm25 minSSE 1110 smClear61°F27°F27%30.19
KPWG MC GREGOR EXECUTIVE,TX 18 sm20 minS 1110 smClear64°F25°F22%30.19

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