Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Severe Weather Still Appears Likely in Texas Later This Evening/Tonight...

We've been posting throughout the day that severe weather is likely along the I-35 corridor in central and south Texas tonight after Midnight.  The latest run of the experimental HRRR computer forecast model is coming into agreement with that scenario as well, as you can see on the simulated radar image above, which is valid at 12 Midnight tonight.

Watch for a more detailed update, including an estimation as to the most likely form that the severe weather will take, in a post later this evening.

If you live across central or south Texas, keep abreast of the latest weather updates this evening.  Be sure to check on the weather before you go to bed and have a way to receive warnings overnight if they are issued for your area.  A NOAA Weather Radio with a battery back-up is one of the most reliable sources of such information, and can be purchased at RadioShack and other large retailers.

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