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Active Weather Alerts for Bedford, TX

Bedford, TX (76021)

Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
304 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

This hazardous weather outlook is for north texas.

.day one, this afternoon and tonight.

numerous thunderstorms are expected across all of north texas
through the evening hours. locally heavy rainfall and cloud to
ground lightning will be the main threats. localized areas of
flooding may occur, especially in urban, low-lying, and flood
prone areas. a few strong to severe storms are possible with hail
up to one inch and damaging winds. thunderstorm chances will end
from west to east tonight.

areas of fog may develop overnight, especially east and north of
a line from jacksboro to meridian to athens. visibilities may be
reduced to less than 1 mile in some locations.

.days two through seven, sunday through friday.

no hazardous weather is expected at this time.

.spotter information statement...

limited spotter activation is possible through the evening
hours, especially south of a line from goldthwaite to waco to
palestine.

Airport Weather Warning

AIRPORT WEATHER WARNING
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
1258 PM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

...airport weather warning for lightning within 10 miles...

.onset/end times...
2 PM through 10 PM CST /20-04Z/

.rates expected...
ocnl to frq for most of the afternoon and evening hours but
becoming cons at times.

.other threats/remarks...
strong winds may occur in thunderstorms but will likely not reach
35 kts. some small hail may occur in a strong thunderstorm.

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ocnl, occasional=less than 1 flash per minute
frq, frequent=1 to 5 flashes per minute
cons, continuous=more than 5 flashes per minute

Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
309 AM CST SAT NOV 22 2014

This hazardous weather outlook is for north texas.

.day one, today and tonight.
numerous thunderstorms are expected across all of north texas
today with locally heavy rainfall and cloud to ground lightning. a few
strong to severe storms are possible with hail up to one inch and gusty
winds. thunderstorm chances will end from west to east tonight.

.days two through seven, sunday through friday.
no hazardous weather is expected at this time.

.spotter information statement...
limited spotter activation is possible today, especially south of
a line from killeen to waco to centerville this afternoon.

Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
1049 PM CST FRI NOV 21 2014

This hazardous weather outlook is for north texas.

.day one, tonight.
isolated thunderstorms are possible over all of north central
texas tonight. thunderstorms will be more west of i-35. cloud to 
ground lightning and locally heavy rainfall will be the primary
hazards.

.days two through seven, saturday through thursday.
numerous thunderstorms are expected across all of north texas
saturday with storms ending from west to east saturday night.
these storms will likely produce heavy rainfall resulting in
localized flooding of low lying and flood prone areas. there is a
slight risk of severe storms generally south of a line from
comanche to palestine. the potential for severe storms will be
highest in the afternoon and evening hours. damaging winds and
hail will be the primary threats but an isolated tornado will
also be possible.

.spotter information statement...
spotter activation will likely be requested saturday, mainly
south of a comanche to palestine line.

Public Information Statement

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
730 AM CST SUN NOV 2 2014

...waco climate narrative for october 2014...

there were 6 days during the month with high temperatures in the 90S 
at waco regional airport, and there was only one day with high 
below 70 degrees. with persistent warmth, october 2014 ranked as 
the 15th warmest on record. through october 31, 2014 is no longer 
among the 10 coolest years on record for waco.

over 5 inches of rain fell at waco regional airport during 
october, including a daily record of 2.98 inches on october 13. 
but for the majority of central texas, october totals were below 
normal.

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airport sites              october           january-october 2014
                       2014  departure     total  departure  percent

waco                   5.01    +1.11       26.87    -2.25       92
dfw airport            2.09    -2.13       18.06   -12.82       58

dallas love field      3.10    -1.69       18.60   -13.35       58
fort worth meacham     1.85    -2.40       14.51   -16.40       47
dallas executive       2.96    -1.50       18.81   -15.85       54
fort worth alliance    1.77    -2.42       17.60   -14.77       54
arlington              2.99    -1.60       15.88   -17.07       48

denton                 2.94    -1.80       20.84   -12.06       63
mckinney               4.12    -0.55       19.83   -13.91       59
terrell                3.92    -0.64       20.34   -13.89       59
corsicana              3.72    -0.86       25.48    -7.44       77
mineral wells          1.64    -2.09       17.35   -10.70       62

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Public Information Statement

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
730 AM CST SUN NOV 2 2014

...dallas/fort worth climate narrative for october 2014...

although climatologically one of the wettest months of the year...
this october was drier than normal across the vast majority of north 
texas. dfw airport topped 2 inches for the month, far more than the 
0.06 inches during the record-dry september that preceded it, but 
well below the normal value of more than 4 inches. year-to-date 
precipitation deficits exceed 10 inches across the dallas/fort worth 
metroplex.

there were 6 days during the month with high temperatures in the 90S 
at dfw airport, including a record-tying 98 degrees on october 7. 
there were only 2 days with highs below 70 degrees, one of which 
was halloween. the temperature did not fall below 50 degrees the 
entire month until the final minutes of the month. the mean 
temperature for the month was more than 4 degrees above normal...
tying october 1928 as the 9th warmest october on record.

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airport sites              october           january-october 2014
                       2014  departure     total  departure  percent

dfw airport            2.09    -2.13       18.06   -12.82       58
waco                   5.01    +1.11       26.87    -2.25       92

dallas love field      3.10    -1.69       18.60   -13.35       58
fort worth meacham     1.85    -2.40       14.51   -16.40       47
dallas executive       2.96    -1.50       18.81   -15.85       54
fort worth alliance    1.77    -2.42       17.60   -14.77       54
arlington              2.99    -1.60       15.88   -17.07       48

denton                 2.94    -1.80       20.84   -12.06       63
mckinney               4.12    -0.55       19.83   -13.91       59
terrell                3.92    -0.64       20.34   -13.89       59
corsicana              3.72    -0.86       25.48    -7.44       77
mineral wells          1.64    -2.09       17.35   -10.70       62

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