Okay, I changed chainging weather conditions to what's most appropriate
A front blew by early this morning dropping a little rain. Stealth lighting
was abound while this passed. (Lot's of observable in-sky only lightning,
no thunder). Sky cleared quickly as the morning wore on. Winds with gusts
of up to 60 mph. NWS increased rain chances to 50% in our area during that
short time period while the cloud and lighting passed through the area. Was
20% day prior.
Elizabeth is still referencing "dry line", for lack of a better term. More
power to her. Look up the term for its actual meaning in reference to
NWS and other meteorlogic services can use all the current technology. At
best, its always an educated guess. Some guesses seem more on target than
other areas of the country. I've lived in coastal VA and sourthern MS as
well. Central TX seems worst on NWS forecasts from my own experiences.
If you don't like the weather in Central Texas, just give it a minute....
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