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A Slight Risk of Severe Thunderstorms is Forecast Today and/or Tonight
Severe thunderstorms remain possible across a portion of the Southern Plains this afternoon and evening, developing farther southward across the Texas Hill Country and south Texas this evening and tonight. Large hail and sporadic wind damage are possible, and a tornado or two could also occur.
 For additional details, see the latest Day 1 Convective Outlook.
Hazard Sun (02/19) Mon (02/20) Tue (02/21) Wed (02/22) Thu (02/23) Fri (02/24) Sat (02/25) Sun (02/26)
Severe Slight Marginal No Severe No Area No Area Severe No Area No Area
Fire Elevated Elevated No Area Critical Critical No Area No Area No Area

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Any Severe Probabilities: 19 Feb

Tornado Probabilities: 19 Feb

Damaging Wind Probabilities: 19 Feb

Severe Hail Probabilities: 19 Feb

Significant Tornado Probabilities: 19 Feb

Significant Wind Probabilities: 19 Feb

Significant Hail Probabilities: 19 Feb


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