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|Sunrise 6:54AM||Sunset 8:02PM||Friday August 23, 2019 11:23 PM CDT (04:23 UTC)||Moonrise 11:56PM||Moonset 1:06PM||Illumination 39%|
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Area Discussion for - Fort Worth, TX  (on/off)  Help NOTE: mouseover dotted underlined text for definition
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national weather service fort worth tx
651 pm cdt Fri aug 23 2019
After a fairly active afternoon with multiple thunderstorms
generally west and south of the metroplex airports, a quiet
evening is expected with storms dissipating around sunset.
Daytime CU will dissipate by sunset, leaving a few mid level
clouds and a deck of cirrus. CU will develop once again Saturday
along with scattered showers and thunderstorms in the afternoon.
Coverage of storms will be too limited to include any more than a
mention of thunder in the vicinity between 20z and 00z.
A southeast wind will continue through Saturday afternoon at
speeds generally below 12 knots, except for some higher gusts in
and near showers storms.
Short term issued 300 pm cdt Fri aug 23 2019
ongoing convection affecting areas mainly west of i-35 and north
of i-20 should continue into the early evening hours, with
activity being focused primarily along multiple mesoscale
boundaries. The most well defined outflow boundary continues to
push southwest across the CWA this afternoon, and the best rain
chances will likely shift to areas west of i-35 but south of i-20
early this evening. Isolated storms may linger into the later
evening hours across the southwest, but just about all showers and
storms will dissipate by midnight.
Rain-cooled air is providing a nice cool-down along the red river
counties this afternoon. With the synoptic scale front remaining
to the north of the area, a gradual return to southeast winds can
be expected at all locations this evening and temperatures should
rebound to near normal values tonight. Conditions should still be
slightly cooler compared to the past few nights, with lows in the
mid 70s across most of the region, and upper 70s in the urban
Long term issued 300 pm cdt Fri aug 23 2019
a somewhat active period will continue into the extended portion
of the forecast, as the upper ridge continues its gradual
breakdown. For Saturday, this will mean additional convective
chances, particularly through the afternoon and evening hours, as
a subtle shortwave drifts along the northern periphery of the
ridge axis. In addition, the presence of any residual boundaries
from activity today tonight could aid localized ascent. With
fairly weak flow through the column, the environment will be
rather typical for summertime pulse convection with limited
effective shear but moderate instability. Any robust convection
during peak heating will support a threat for downburst winds.
Northwesterly flow aloft will increase a bit on Sunday as the
upper ridge becomes displaced farther to the west. This will be in
wake of the aforementioned disturbance progged to move through on
Saturday, so some weak subsidence may prevail, keeping much of
the forecast area dry. Will continue some low storm chances near
and east of i-35 within the better moisture, but convective
coverage will likely be lower than on Saturday. In addition, some
higher temperatures and heat index values should exist during the
afternoon, with dewpoints struggling to mix out of the 70s.
The peak in heat over the next several days may occur on Monday
as the low-level thermal ridge axis expands into the forecast area
ahead of a developing surface low and upstream frontal zone.
Widespread temperatures around 100-105 with higher heat index
values will likely necessitate a heat advisory. Convective chances
appear low on Monday without any well-defined lifting mechanisms
in place. However, the frontal zone will continue to sag southward
heading into Tuesday, likely stalling in the vicinity of the red
river. Fairly widespread convection should accompany this
boundary, which may reinforce its southward push via consolidated
outflows. Previously, guidance had indicated this boundary and
possibly a convective complex moving into our area as early as
Tuesday, but latest guidance has delayed its arrival slightly into
Tuesday night or Wednesday. There will continue to be some
uncertainty on this potential for a few more days, but this setup
does warrant some higher rain chances for parts of north texas.
There could be a slightly higher threat for strong severe storms
with this system as well (particularly wind), although this may be
conditional on storms' time of arrival and whether they have
access to surface-based instability.
The frontal zone should continue to linger across the area
Wednesday and Thursday, leading to some additional convective
chances. The ridge will remain centered to our west through the
remainder of the week, and the presence of the front along with
increased cloud cover should hold temperatures below the century
mark. In fact, parts of north texas may experience some below
normal temperatures through the second half of the week.
Preliminary point temps pops
Dallas-ft. Worth 78 94 78 98 80 20 40 20 20 10
waco 77 95 77 99 79 20 30 20 20 5
paris 73 89 72 90 75 20 40 20 30 10
denton 76 93 77 97 79 20 40 20 20 10
mckinney 75 92 76 96 78 20 50 20 20 10
dallas 79 95 79 98 80 20 40 20 20 10
terrell 76 94 77 99 79 20 40 20 20 10
corsicana 76 94 75 96 78 10 30 20 20 10
temple 75 96 76 98 78 20 20 10 20 5
mineral wells 74 94 74 99 77 30 30 20 10 5
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