From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Saturday, 23 May 2015 13:23 CDT
We've been advertising a significant threat for hazardous weather over this Memorial Day Weekend, and the pattern is developing as expected. We will have all the ingredients for heavy rainfall and at least isolated severe weather: Copious moisture, good instability, and strong lift. This e-mail keys on a few locations and times where we have greater confidence in the development of flash flooding and severe weather. However, from this point on, it will be important to begin monitoring radar, our watches, warnings, and advisories, and NWSChat for critical short-term updates.
We've been saying it for the past couple of days, and it still holds: This will be an “all hands on deck” holiday weekend for weather. Flash flooding and severe weather will both be significant risks for all of North and Central Texas. Those charged with making decisions in the interest of public safety should now be monitoring the current conditions warnings and forecasts closely through Monday night. DO NOT HESITATE to contact WFO Fort Worth by NWSChat or phone if you have any needs whatsoever.
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