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Saturday, August 25, 2012

Scattered Afternoon & Evening T-Storms.





Scattered thunderstorms are expected to fire up across the southeastern plains this afternoon and evening. An upper-level trough of low pressure located to our northeast combined with an approaching weak cold front, will provide enough lift and instability over the area to fuel these storms. 

Some of these thunderstorms will have the potential to drop up to an inch of two of rain, which may cause some localized flash flood problems, and possibly produce some hail, strong wind gusts around 50 mph, and deadly cloud to ground lightning. 

Our chances for rain are generally around 20% - 30% across the southeastern plains. Our afternoon high temperatures will continue to range from the low 90's to the mid 90's.

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