The Storm Prediction Center is considering a severe weather watch for portions of Central Texas and the Brazos Valley this afternoon. Mostly clear skies have allowed the atmosphere to become moderately to strongly unstable with enough wind shear in the region the support organized thunderstorms. In addition boundaries left over from thunderstorms late last night/this morning may also locally enhance severe weather potential or at least help out with thunderstorm development. We’ll be watching things closely and will post updates as needed.

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NWS STORM PREDICTION CENTER NORMAN OK
0329 PM CDT MON APR 27 2015

AREAS AFFECTED…CNTRL TX

CONCERNING…SEVERE POTENTIAL…WATCH POSSIBLE

VALID 272029Z – 272200Z

PROBABILITY OF WATCH ISSUANCE…60 PERCENT

SUMMARY…AN ISOLATED SEVERE THREAT MAY DEVELOP LATE THIS AFTERNOON
ACROSS CNTRL TX. LARGE HAIL…WIND DAMAGE AND A TORNADO WILL BE
POSSIBLE AS CELLS INITIATE AND INTENSIFY. WW ISSUANCE WILL BE
POSSIBLY NEEDED ACROSS THE REGION.