Coppell, TX Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Coppell, TX

April 15, 2024 8:15 PM CDT (01:15 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:55 AM   Sunset 7:59 PM
Moonrise 11:31 AM   Moonset 1:40 AM 
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 738 PM CDT Mon Apr 15 2024

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/NEW/ /This Evening Through Tomorrow Night/

A dry line located across portions of Western Texas has been kicking off thunderstorms for the last couple of hours, but these storms are struggling to persist quite a bit. While the environment along the dry line is favorable for severe weather, this potential quickly drops off as you move east into our region.
This is largely due to a stout capping inversion that is currently in place thanks to a very warm EML aloft.

Much of this activity should remain off to our west, though a few elevated thunderstorms could make their way across North and Central Texas through the overnight hours into early Tuesday morning. Some of these could be strong to marginally severe with hail and damaging winds as the main threats. The primary area of concern will be north of I-20 and west of I-35. As we move into the early morning hours on Tuesday, a few of these storms could re-intensify as they move through East Texas. Overall rainfall amounts won't amount to much, with the highest likely totals just under a tenth of an inch.

Warm and breezy conditions will return across the region with highs on Tuesday afternoon in the low to mid 80s, with a few locations reaching toward the 90 degree mark. Another mild night is in store with lows ranging in the mid to upper 60s.


/Issued 132 PM CDT Mon Apr 15 2024/ /Wednesday and Beyond/

A brief period of dry and warm weather is expected during the middle of the week as drier air behind the Pacific front spreads over North and Central Texas. Afternoon highs in the mid-80s to near 90 degrees are expected across much of the region Wednesday with temperatures approaching the mid-90s across portions of the Big Country by Thursday. Winds will quickly shift back to southerly by late Wednesday drawing quality moisture back over the FWD CWA ahead of the next storm system. Increasing warm- advection and a series of subtle shortwave impulses progressing through the mostly zonal flow aloft may allow for isolated to scattered showers starting as early as Wednesday night, especially across Central Texas in the deeper moisture. More widespread chances for showers and thunderstorms will arrive Thursday afternoon into Thursday evening as a dryline approaches from the west and a frontal boundary shifts southward into the Southern Plains.
Surface dewpoints in the upper 60s to low 70s will overspread the warm sector and will likely lead to 3000-4000 J/kg of SBCAPE. ~30-35 kts of effective bulk shear will support a few discrete/semi- discrete supercells or clusters of storms with predominately a large hail threat. The ultimate position of these surface boundaries during peak heating Thursday afternoon will determine where the greatest severe weather threat will lie, but as of now it looks like locations east of Highway 281 and along/north of Highway 22 will contain the greatest threat.

The aforementioned frontal boundary will eventually stall by Friday morning, however there are still some model discrepancies in the southern extent of this frontal passage. Roughly a third of the most recent suite of ensemble members stop the frontal boundary near the Red River, largely driven by the ECMWF ensemble.
Another ~25% of members bring the boundary just south of the I-20 corridor with about 40% of members pushing the front all the way into portions of Central and Southeast Texas by Friday morning.
Isentropic ascent atop the frontal surface will keep skies cloudy and allow for periods of isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms into the weekend. A stronger mid-level disturbance will shift over the Southern Plains during the Saturday-Sunday timeframe aiding in a renewed southward push of the frontal boundary toward the Gulf Coast. Widespread elevated convection is expected during this time. Sufficient MUCAPE may support a few more robust storms capable of producing hail, however much of the attention will shift to a heavy rain/flooding threat, especially late Saturday into Sunday. With ample deep moisture in place, this slow-moving frontal system may be supportive of west-east training thunderstorms increasing the threat for renewed flash flooding and/or river flooding concerns across portions of North and Central Texas. More specific timing and location details will be refined over the coming days, so stay tuned to the forecast!


/NEW/ /00z TAFs/

Concerns...MVFR/IFR Ceilings w/ Low VCTS Potential Overnight.

Ceilings have briefly recovered to low VFR through the early evening across most of the region before they deteriorate back down to MVFR overnight through tomorrow afternoon. There is a low chance (~30%) for occasional IFR ceilings across portions of North and Central Texas through the early morning, but confidence remains too low to mention in this TAF issuance.

A dry line well off to the west has fired off several thunderstorms, but these should weaken considerably as they move into the region and remain well to the northwest of the D10 terminals. An unfavorable environment should keep much of this activity away from the TAF sites, but there is a low chance for elevated convection around the 08-10z timeframe. Any storms will continue to push off to the east through Tuesday morning with clearing skies as drier air filters into the region.


Dallas-Ft. Worth 69 87 68 88 69 / 30 10 5 0 5 Waco 69 85 69 87 69 / 20 20 0 0 10 Paris 66 82 67 85 66 / 30 30 10 5 5 Denton 66 85 63 87 65 / 30 10 5 0 5 McKinney 67 85 66 86 67 / 30 20 5 0 5 Dallas 69 88 68 88 69 / 30 10 5 0 5 Terrell 67 82 68 85 68 / 20 20 5 0 10 Corsicana 70 85 71 87 70 / 20 20 5 0 10 Temple 68 85 68 87 68 / 20 20 0 5 10 Mineral Wells 67 87 60 89 65 / 30 5 0 0 5


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AirportDistAgeWind ktVisSkyWeatherTempDewPtRHinHg
KDFW DALLASFORT WORTH INTL,TX 2 sm22 minSE 16G2510 smOvercast77°F68°F74%29.73
KADS ADDISON,TX 9 sm88 minSE 12G1810 smMostly Cloudy77°F66°F69%29.78
KDAL DALLAS LOVE FIELD,TX 9 sm22 minSE 11G2110 smOvercast77°F70°F78%29.77
KGPM GRAND PRAIRIE MUNI,TX 15 sm25 minESE 12G2010 smOvercast77°F66°F69%29.78
KRBD DALLAS EXECUTIVE,TX 17 sm22 minSE 16G2310 smOvercast Lt Rain 75°F68°F78%29.76
KAFW FORT WORTH ALLIANCE,TX 18 sm22 minSE 15G2310 smOvercast75°F66°F74%29.73
KGKY ARLINGTON MUNI,TX 18 sm22 minESE 13G2010 smOvercast77°F68°F74%29.76
KFTW FORT WORTH MEACHAM INTL,TX 20 sm15 minSE 15G2410 smPartly Cloudy75°F68°F78%29.74
KDTO DENTON ENTERPRISE,TX 23 sm22 minSE 1510 smA Few Clouds75°F68°F78%29.74
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