Trinidad, TX Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Trinidad, TX

April 23, 2024 2:01 AM CDT (07:01 UTC) Change Location
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 613 PM CDT Mon Apr 22 2024

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/NEW/ /Tonight through Tuesday Night/

A quiet evening is expected across North and Central Texas with mostly clear skies and cool but dry conditions. Southerly winds will pull moisture northward later tonight and a band of low clouds will begin to spread north out of the Hill Country up the I-35 corridor early Tuesday morning. These should scatter out through late morning leaving a mostly sunny afternoon with high temperatures topping out in the upper 70s and lower 80s.

Farther to the northwest, we'll be watching an approaching cold front that is likely to slow down/stall just outside of our area.
Ahead of this front, a moderately unstable atmosphere will develop by late afternoon with steep mid level lapse rates and abundant sub-cloud layer dry air. Convergence along the front during the late afternoon will likely be sufficient for at least isolated storms to develop. These will mainly occur off to the northwest of our area, but may drift into our northwest counties after dark. We'll continue with some low PoPs across our northwest to account for this. Given the steep lapse rates and low level dry air, any storms that develop would pose a large hail and damaging wind threat. Coverage of storms will decrease after dark with most areas remaining precipitation free.


/Issued 213 PM CDT Mon Apr 22 2024/ Update:

No major changes were made to the long term forecast with current trends remaining more than reasonable through the week and into next weekend. Low-end potential for showers and isolated thunderstorms will exist each day, with better chances starting on Thursday and lasting through the weekend. While the overall severe weather potential is low, there will still be the potential for any of these storms to produce large hail and damaging winds.
Along with this, a gradual warming trend will result in afternoon highs ranging in the mid to upper 80s and overnight lows in the 60s and 70s. For more details, please see the previous discussion.


Previous Discussion: /Tuesday Night Onward/

A strengthening mid level ridge over Texas and the Southern Plains will maintain the warming trend across North and Central Texas through the mid to late week period. Afternoon temperatures will climb into the upper 70s and lower 80s Wednesday through Friday, which will be near to slightly above normal for late April. At the surface, a front will stall near or just north of the Red River, providing low-end chances for thunderstorms across the far north and northwest zones Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
The ridge will work against convective attempts, however, keeping coverage of storms isolated and POPs in the slight chance range.

The ridge will begin to weaken on Thursday as a shortwave trough approaches from the west. The shortwave will cross the southern Rockies during the day Thursday, eventually reaching West-Central Texas Thursday evening. Thunderstorms will develop west of the region in advance of the shortwave, with convection being focused along a dryline stretching across the Big Country and Concho Valley. Showers and storms will spread east across North & Central Texas Thursday night through Friday morning as the shortwave lifts northeast through the Southern and Central Plains. A few severe storms will be possible, but with storms occurring mainly overnight through Friday morning, a lack of instability should help reduce the overall severe threat.

A lull in convective weather will be possible Friday afternoon through Friday night, but a second shortwave will kick off another round of thunderstorms on Saturday. Storms will initially be isolated and focused along the dryline Saturday afternoon, keeping the severe weather threat confined to the Big Country counties.
Large scale ascent will arrive as the shortwave crosses the Texas Panhandle Saturday night, generating more widespread showers and storms. The Saturday night convection will become focused along a Pacific front, which will overtake the dryline as it pushes east through the forecast area Saturday night through Sunday. Some strong to severe storms will again be possible, but yet again the time of day should preclude a more widespread severe weather threat. Precipitation will exit to the east Sunday night into Monday, but a stalling front may lead to additional rain chances around the start of next week and the beginning of May.


/NEW/ /00Z TAFs/

VFR will prevail through much of the period with continued southerly winds around 10 kt tonight. Southerly winds will increase and become gusty (18020G30KT) on Tuesday. There should be a narrow band of MVFR cigs that spread north out of the Hill Country early Tuesday morning that we'll address with a TEMPO in the latest TAF. Otherwise, VFR will prevail.


Dallas-Ft. Worth 56 79 64 81 68 / 0 0 10 10 10 Waco 54 76 63 82 68 / 0 0 0 5 5 Paris 49 76 60 77 63 / 0 0 10 30 20 Denton 53 78 62 79 67 / 0 0 10 10 20 McKinney 54 77 63 79 66 / 0 0 10 20 10 Dallas 55 79 65 81 68 / 0 0 5 10 10 Terrell 52 76 62 80 65 / 0 0 5 10 10 Corsicana 54 78 64 82 67 / 0 0 0 5 5 Temple 53 77 63 82 66 / 0 0 0 5 5 Mineral Wells 53 82 62 82 66 / 0 0 20 10 10


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