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Active Weather Alerts for Bedford, TX

Bedford, TX (76021)

Hazardous Weather Outlook...updated

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK...UPDATED
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
339 PM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

This hazardous weather outlook is for north texas.

.day one, through tonight.

there is a chance of thunderstorms along and west of a line from
bowie to killeen through tonight. cloud to ground lightning and
locally heavy rainfall will be the main hazards.

.days two through seven, saturday through thursday.

there is a chance of thunderstorms west of a line from bonham to
centerville on saturday, and generally west of a line from bowie
to killeen on sunday. 

there will be a slight chance of thunderstorms sunday evening
north of a bowie to emory line, and then south of a line from
breckenridge to athens monday afternoon as a cold front moves
through the region.

locally heavy rainfall and cloud to ground lightning will be the
primary hazards saturday through monday afternoon.

.spotter information statement...
spotter activation is not expected at this time.

Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
1128 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

This hazardous weather outlook is for north texas.

.day one, through tonight.

there is a chance of thunderstorms along and southwest of a line 
from bowie, to dallas, to palestine through tonight. cloud to 
ground lightning and locally heavy rainfall are expected to be the 
main hazards.

.days two through seven, saturday through thursday.

there is a chance of thunderstorms across the region this weekend.
best chances will occur west of the interstate 35 and 35 west
corridors. locally heavy rainfall and cloud to ground lightning
will remain the primary hazards.

.spotter information statement...
spotter activation is not expected at this time.

Hazardous Weather Outlook

HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
344 AM CDT FRI SEP 19 2014

This hazardous weather outlook is for north texas.

.day one, today and tonight.

patchy fog with localized visibilities below a mile is expected
south and west of a line from jacksboro, to hamilton, to canton
this morning.

there is a chance of thunderstorms along and southwest of a line
from bowie, to dallas, to palestine through tonight. cloud to
ground lightning and locally heavy rainfall are expected to be the
main hazards.

.days two through seven, saturday through thursday.

there is a chance of thunderstorms across the region this weekend.
best chances will occur west of the interstate 35 and 35 west
corridors. locally heavy rainfall and cloud to ground lightning
will remain the primary hazards.

.spotter information statement...
spotter activation is not expected at this time.

Public Information Statement

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
1040 PM CDT SUN AUG 31 2014

...waco climate narrative for august 2014...

august was the first month with an above normal mean temperature at 
waco regional airport since september 2013. despite the relative 
warmth, 2014 was the coolest summer since rainy 2007. there have 
been 13 triple-digit high temperatures so far in 2014, all of which 
occurred during july and august. this is the fewest at this point in 
a calendar year since 2007 and is well below the 30-year average of 
24 days.

after 8.31 inches of precipitation in june, only 1.13 inches fell 
during july and august combined. the summer total was more than 2 
inches above normal, which belies the dryness of the last 2 months. 

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

waco                   0.98    -1.07       20.58    -1.58       93
dfw airport            4.34    +2.43       15.91    -8.20       66

dallas love field      3.26    +1.39       15.39    -8.93       63
fort worth meacham     0.26    -1.58       11.79   -12.69       48
dallas executive       1.05    -2.52       15.04   -12.30       55
fort worth alliance    1.10    -1.41       15.76    -9.46       62
arlington              2.83    +0.86       12.69   -11.91       52

denton                 0.82    -0.95       17.68    -7.65       70
mckinney               0.87    -1.08       15.44   -10.51       59
terrell                1.16    -0.96       15.76   -11.00       59
corsicana              1.77    -0.34       21.40    -4.31       83 
mineral wells          3.31    +1.07       15.67    -5.83       73

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Public Information Statement

PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
1040 PM CDT SUN AUG 31 2014

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

although the mean temperature june through august was near the 
30-year normal, 2014 was the coolest summer for dallas/fort worth 
since rainy 2004. there have been only 14 triple-digit high 
temperatures so far in 2014, the fewest at this point in a calendar 
year since 2007 (another wet summer). the 2014 total remains below 
the 30-year average of 18 days.

portions of the dallas/fort worth metroplex received less than an 
inch of rain during the month, but for dfw airport, it was the 
wettest august since 1996. much of the monthly total fell in a 
24-hour period, the airport tallied 2.85 inches august 16-17. (this 
is the greatest 24-hour precipitation total since 3.26 inches fell 
january 8-9 of 2013.) august was the first month of 2014 with above 
normal precipitation at dfw airport.

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

dfw airport            4.34    +2.43       15.91    -8.20       66
waco                   0.98    -1.07       20.58    -1.58       93

dallas love field      3.26    +1.39       15.39    -8.93       63
fort worth meacham     0.26    -1.58       11.79   -12.69       48
dallas executive       1.05    -2.52       15.04   -12.30       55
fort worth alliance    1.10    -1.41       15.76    -9.46       62
arlington              2.83    +0.86       12.69   -11.91       52

denton                 0.82    -0.95       17.68    -7.65       70
mckinney               0.87    -1.08       15.44   -10.51       59
terrell                1.16    -0.96       15.76   -11.00       59
corsicana              1.77    -0.34       21.40    -4.31       83 
mineral wells          3.31    +1.07       15.67    -5.83       73

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