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WX5FWD SKYWARN Radio Team
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The WX5FWD SKYWARN™ team are volunteer radio operator liaisons for the Fort Worth National Weather Service (NWS) North Texas SKYWARN™ Spotters.
The WX5FWD SKYWARN™ team are volunteer radio operator liaisons for the Fort Worth National Weather Service (NWS) North Texas SKYWARN™ Spotters.

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NWS UPDATE: Winter Weather Potential Today and Tonight
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Friday, 8 February 2019 9:46 CDT

Some wintry precipitation is possible today and this evening. While most areas are not expected to experience travel impacts, a potential exists for some localized heavier bursts of snow or sleet from mid-afternoon through the evening hours mainly south of I-20 which could result in minor travel impacts during the evening rush.

https://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate
#nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS UPDATE: Winter Weather Potential Friday
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Thursday, 7 February 2019 10:15 CDT

There is a potential for light sleet or snow flurries Friday afternoon and evening. Most areas will not see impacts, but a few localized areas could see minor travel impacts.

https://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate
#nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS UPDATE: Risk for Strong to Severe Storms Tonight
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Wednesday, 6 February 2019 8:57 CDT

There is a low risk for strong to severe storms this evening and overnight, primarily for locales along and north of I-20. A few damaging wind gusts and marginally severe hail are the main threats.

https://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate #nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS UPDATE: Storm Chances - Much Colder - Low Wintry Wx Potential
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Friday, 18 January 2019 9:38 CDT

Isolated strong thunderstorms will be possible this evening into tonight ahead of a strong cold front mainly east of I-35. Colder and windy conditions are expected behind the front late tonight into Saturday with a possibility of a light wintry mix near the Red River. Wind chill values will be in the teens and lower 20s by Sunday morning.

http://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate #nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS UPDATE: Friday Night Storms/Saturday Cold Front & Winter Potential
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Thursday, 17 January 2019 9:44 CDT

Isolated strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible Friday evening and night ahead of a strong cold front. Colder and windy conditions are expected behind the front on Saturday with a possibility of a light wintry mix along and north of I-20, though significant accumulations and travel problems are not expected at this time. Wind chill values will be in the teens and lower 20s by Sunday morning.

http://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate #nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS UPDATE: Friday Night Storms/Saturday Cold Front & Winter Potential
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Wednesday, 16 January 2019 9:42 CDT

Strong to possibly severe thunderstorms are possible Friday evening and night. Colder and windy conditions are expected behind a front for Saturday with a possibility of light winter precipitation along and north of I-20, though significant accumulations and travel problems are not expected at this time.

http://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate
#nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS Update: Lingering Winter Weather Impacts
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Thursday, 3 January 2019 10:01 CDT

Rain will transition to snow across parts of Northwest Texas today which may lead to travel impacts. Overall impacts are not expected to be as great as earlier thought.

http://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate

#nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS UPDATE: Winter Weather and Heavy Rainfall Event
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Wednesday, 2 January 2019 8:41 CDT

Some wintry weather is possible across North and Central Texas today through Thursday night which could impact travel at times. In addition, heavy rain may aggravate recent flooding in areas south and east of DFW. This remains a very challenging forecast, and confidence in precipitation types, amounts and locations from tonight onward is not great at this time.

http://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate

#nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS Update: Midweek Winter Weather Potential
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Tuesday, 1 January 2019 8:59 CDT

Some wintry weather is possible across North and Central Texas beginning late tonight and lasting through Thursday night which could impact travel at times. In addition, heavy rain may aggravate recent flooding in the southeast.

http://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate
#nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx

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NWS Update: Midweek Winter Weather Potential
From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Monday, 31 December 2018 9:03 CDT

Some wintry weather is possible across North and Central Texas from Tuesday night through Thursday morning which may impact travel.

http://wx5fwd.org/NWSUpdate #nwsupdate #fwdspotter #ctxwx #ntxwx #dfwwx #txwx
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