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Temperatures in the 90s to low 100s are expected today - and for the foreseeable future across Texas. The good news is afternoon popcorn storms are back in the picture starting today and continuing into the weekend. Check out who will be lucky enough to get above 100° and who may get an afternoon cool off from a shower at http://texasstormchasers.com/?p=45548. #txwx

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stationary front is located from near Del Rio northeast to just south of Dallas towards New Boston. This stationary front is essentially the dividing line between rain chances and mostly sunny skies. To the south/east of the front skies are cloudy with scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms early this afternoon. The good news is rain coverage and intensity should diminish as we proceed into the evening. #txwx

Good Thursday Morning and welcome to the Texas Weather Roundup - a daily forecast that highlights upcoming hazardous weather and helps you plan your day. Please head to our website at http://texasstormchasers.com/?p=38629 for the graphics associated with today's forecast. Some strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon and this evening across the Texas Panhandle. An east/west oriented line of storms will likely fire up by late this afternoon. Stronger

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Isolated strong thunderstorms are possible after 3 PM from the Texas Panhandle and West Texas east through the Big Country, North Texas, and East Texas. While widespread severe weather is not expected we could have a few severe wind gusts. Any storm will produce dangerous lightning. Most firework shows tonight will be good to go, but a few may have to deal with mother nature's own fireworks. We'll keep an eye on trends and post updates throughout the day. #txwx

1005PM: Severe thunderstorm watch issued for western North Texas. The watch runs until 3 AM CT. Abilene, Brownwood, Stephenville, Weatherford, Jacksboro, Decatur, and Gainesville are included in this watch. At this time the severe thunderstorm watch does not include the D/FW Metroplex. #txwx

Supercell with Damaging Hail in Northwest Tarrant County The supercell in northwest Tarrant county has turned hard right in the past 20 minutes. The storm is now moving almost due east at 15 MPH and is located near Eagle Mountain. Hail up to the size of tennis-balls has been reported with this storm and the threat for destructive hail continues.... Read the whole article at http://texasstormchasers.com/?p=36687 - David Reimer