Shortly before 5:30 AM we’re tracking a line of heavy rain with embedded thunderstorms. This line is located along a Brownwood-Waxahachie-Sulphur Springs line. This line is moving south in conjunction with a weak cold front. A few of the storms in this line could produce frequent cloud to ground lightning and gusty winds up to 40 MPH. Overall we’re dealing with sub-severe storms this morning with severe weather not a concern.


The 3 AM run of the HRRR weather model seems to have a good grasp on current conditions. The model gradually weakens conception by late morning while it continues to progress south into CEntral Texas, East Texas, and the Brazos Valley. There will likely be some development across the Concho Valley intoh e Permian Basin later today as the atmosphere becomes more unstable. Severe weather is not anticipated today.

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