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Severe Weather Continues Tonight Across Texas and Oklahoma; Strong Storms Across the Northern and Central High Plains Wednesday

Widespread strong to severe storms are expected over much of Texas and southern Oklahoma tonight, with damaging winds and large hail. An Enhanced Risk (level 3 of 5) has been issued. Scattered strong storms are likely across the northern and central High Plains Wednesday afternoon and evening. Large hail and strong winds are the primary threats. A Slight Risk (level 2 of 5) has been issued. Read More >

 

***This page is intended as a tool to help pilots better visualize weather and weather-related hazards. It is not intended as a substitute for a weather briefing obtained from a Flight Service Station (1-800-WXBRIEF). Currently, the information contained here does not meet the FAA requirements for a pre-flight weather brief. Therefore, it's important that pilots still call and obtain a briefing from an FAA Flight Service Specialist. You may also visit the Aviation Weather Center or the Minneapolis CWSU.

 
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