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June 16, 2024 4:40 AM CDT (09:40 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 331 AM CDT Sun Jun 16 2024

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/Issued 103 AM CDT Sun Jun 16 2024/ /Through Monday/

A weakness in mid-level heights above the Texas Gulf Coast and attendant strengthening low-level southerly flow will allow increasing moisture content to stream northward into the eastern half of the state over the next 48 hours. This will eventually culminate in the return of rain chances to portions of the area heading into the workweek. Until then, a seasonably hot June day is in store to end the weekend with highs in the mid 90s. A decent daytime southeasterly breeze of 10-20 mph along with a handful of fair weather cumulus will offer mild relief from mid 90s temperatures and similar heat index values. A couple of isolated showers cannot be completely ruled out across our southeast and east zones during peak heating, but this potential is too low to include in the public forecast. That potential will change heading into Monday however, as greater low-level moisture content spreads northward. Some morning stratus is likely to begin the day, with greater coverage of showers and some isolated thunderstorms arriving from the southeast later in the morning.
Some of this shallow convection will spread northwestward towards the DFW area by the afternoon, with rain chances of 20-30%. While no severe weather is expected, any convective activity will be capable of brief very heavy downpours in the presence of rich moisture content. An attendant increase in cloud cover will aid in holding Monday afternoon's highs to the lower 90s, with readings likely only reaching the upper 80s across our southeast.


/NEW/ /Monday Night Onward/

In Summary: A tropical wave extending from East Texas to the western Gulf will provide increasing rain chances as it moves slowly west-northwest across Central-South Texas and northern Mexico through the midweek period.

Any lingering showers from Monday will dissipate around sunset, with redevelopment of scattered showers and isolated storms expected Tuesday afternoon. Similar to Monday, Tuesday's convection will be limited to East and Central Texas where the better moisture will be.

A more significant surge of tropical moisture will occur on Wednesday (when the highest POPs will likely be) as the system gets a little better organized. Fortunately the system will simultaneously be moving inland, which should hinder any further intensification. Regardless of the intensity of the wave, a slug of 2.25" PWATs will enter Central Texas on Wednesday, with the nose of 2-inch PWATs reaching as far north as the Red River. The better rain chances will be across Central and South Texas where the deepest tropical moisture will exist. Scattered showers and occasional thunderstorms should still extend northward to the I-20 corridor, with more isolated activity along the Red River.

Localized flooding is a possibility where any training showers or storms may occur. A widespread flood threat is not expected across the CWA at this time, as convection should remain mostly isolated to scattered in nature. In fact, the latest probabilities of receiving 3 or more inches of rain in a 72 hour period are at or below 20 percent area-wide. That being said, a few of the Central Texas zones may end up with a higher rainfall forecast if the system takes a more northerly track, so we will need to keep an eye on that.

Either way, precipitation will end from east to west on Thursday as the easterly wave accelerates west across Mexico. Subsidence in the wake of the system will bring a return to seasonably warm and rain-free weather for Friday and Saturday, with the possible exception of the far southeast counties where an isolated seabreeze storm may reach before dissipating. A second tropical wave to the south and a weak front entering from the north may bring additional rain chances next week to begin the final week of June.


/Issued 103 AM CDT Sun Jun 16 2024/ /06z TAFs/

VFR and southeast winds around 10 kts will prevail through the period with occasional higher gust near 20 kts during the daytime. MVFR stratus is expected to remain south of the TAF sites through the morning hours, with some daytime cumulus at 5-6 kft and passing cirrus being the extent of cloud cover.


Dallas-Ft. Worth 94 76 92 76 91 / 0 0 20 0 10 Waco 92 75 91 74 89 / 0 0 20 0 20 Paris 93 73 90 72 89 / 5 0 30 5 20 Denton 94 74 92 74 91 / 0 0 20 0 10 McKinney 94 74 91 74 90 / 0 0 20 0 20 Dallas 95 75 93 75 91 / 0 0 20 0 20 Terrell 93 74 91 73 89 / 5 5 20 5 20 Corsicana 94 76 92 75 90 / 5 5 20 5 20 Temple 93 74 91 74 89 / 0 0 20 0 20 Mineral Wells 93 75 93 74 90 / 0 0 10 0 5


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KINJ HILLSBORO MUNI,TX 15 sm20 minSSE 0510 smClear77°F72°F83%29.87
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