A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IS IN EFFECT THROUGH 12 NOON SATURDAY FOR THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES IN CENTRAL TEXAS: NAVARRO-FREESTONE-ANDERSON-* LOCATION...THIS STATEMENT IS FOR AREAS GENERALLY ALONG AND SOUTHEAST OF A LAMPASAS TO ATHENS LINE.
|| Dallas-Fort Worth
||8-Day Average d/n
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below) and to the Hazardous
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Current Severe Storm Warnings and Forecasts
Current Warnings and Advisories for Texas
Storm Prediction Center Discussion for Localized Threats (MCD)
Storm Prediction Center Outlooks (Day 1, Day 2, Day 3 and Experimental Days 4-8)
Storm Prediction Center Severe Storm and Tornado Watches
Computer Forecasts of Severe Storm Parameters
Have you ever wondered
how computer models of the atmosphere can be used to
forecast severe storms, check out this section
in which I briefly explain some of the computer products and
parameters used in forecasting severe storms.
Severe Storms in Central Texas
Click here to access a section describing the forecasts and
nowcasts of significant severe storm events in Central
Other Related Links
Current Southern Plains Surface Map (ideal for doing your own analysis)
Latest Hi-Res Visible Satellite Image centered on Central Texas
Latest Water Vapor Satellite Image from the eastern GOES
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And perhaps you'd like to know how we're doing on rainfall and soil moisture conditions so far this year. Here's a clickable link to the Climate Prediction Center's latest map showing the Drought Severity Index (Palmer Long Term Index) for the U.S. By the way, if you're looking for that neat high-resolution visible satellite image which previously occupied this space, it's gone. But if you liked that shot, you can get them directly from NASA's Global Hydrology and Climate Center at the NASA MSFC, Huntsville, Alabama at this clickable link.
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