Get ready! Books open this coming Monday, March 26th! Tour Stop #3 of the @acutabovebuckles Don’t Weaken Tour 2018! Make sure you call and enter this event, las...t year was awesome and I’m sure this year will be even better!
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PUBLIC MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) will be holding a public meeting Thursday, March 22 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Glen Rose... High School Cafeteria (1102 Stadium Dr, Glen Rose, TX) to discuss the need and potential location of a second bridge crossing over the Paluxy River along SH 144, as well as to discuss the study conducted and six conceptual alternative routes. TxDOT personnel will be available to answer questions and solicit your input regarding the routes and bridge.
If you have any general questions or concerns regarding the proposed project or the meeting, contact Mr. Jerry Hunter by email at Jerry.Hunter@txdot.gov, Mr. David Fowler, P.E. at email@example.com, or by phone at (254) 965-3511.
A WINDY, WINDY week ahead as we transition into SPRING!
Cold front has cleared the clouds out and it will be much drier this morning. West winds will gust to 40... mph as temps warm into the low 70s with a fair amount of sun. Later PM a second cold front will shift the gusty winds to the NW with some clouds forming. You will notice temps dropping faster by this evening.
It stays WINDY and cool overnight, with lows closer to 40 in many areas...even some upper 30s north!
Tuesday will also see gusty winds (although not as strong as today). Cool sunshine as we start SPRING, with highs in the mid 60s.
Wednesday will be nicest as it's the one day without a lot of wind! A few clouds and after a chilly start near 40 again, back into the low 70s by afternoon.
Thursday is back to strong winds, BUT from the south. Partly sunny skies and highs into the 70s.
We finish the week very windy again...with low clouds giving way to sun and highs into the mid 80s!
Next chance for storms? The weekend of course. A front will stall over NTX saturday with just a very slight chance for a shower or storm Saturday (20%) with highs in the 80s. A stronger disturbance comes in Sunday PM-night and acts on that front, so storm chances will be higher (30-40%) and some may be strong to severe.
Here’s a Saint Patrick’s Day giveaway for our Facebook buddies! If you visit Fossil Rim on Saturday, bring your business card – or your parent’s business card –... and drop it in the little metal bucket with the shamrock on the side in the Membership Office. On Monday, we’ll pick one of the business cards and that person will win a guided wildlife tour for two! This post is the only way anyone is going to know about this, so just ask where the bucket is if you stop by the office and don’t see it. #OurLittleLeprechaunSecret
There is a threat for severe storms this afternoon and evening across much of North and Central Texas. Storms are expected to develop around 3-4 PM to our west ...and will subsequently track towards the east and north. Storms today will be capable of producing large hail (some golf ball-sized hail is possible), in addition to damaging wind gusts (mainly south of I-20), and even a few tornadoes in the red outlined area in particular.
Warm...with Weekend Storms, as we close out winter!
Humid air has moved in early this morning with low clouds, but those will clear very quickly as a DRY LINE m...oves through. SW winds will kick up, and temps will shoot into the mid 80s PM on gusty winds. That could create a FIRE RISK...for western counties.
It will stay warm and dry tonight, with lows in the 50s.
Saturday starts partly sunny, and then clouds up. Temps remain warm near 80 (70s north) as a weak cold front stalls right across the Metroplex. The dry line will retreat and humidity levels will rise in the afternoon. Throw in an evening disturbance and storms may blow up after 5pm into the evening hours. Main risk is for hail, with 30-40% coverage. Not everyone will get these.
Showers and storms will continue into Sunday AM as the warmer, more humid air returns. We'll get some heating PM, so temps again near 80. the next Pacific front will move in later in the day, so additional strong storms may be possible, with lower coverage.
Monday turns WINDY with highs in the 70s, with a reinforcing shot of cool air later in the day.
That will make the first day of SPRING Tuesday, a little cool in the 60s. Finally, we warm up into mid and late week back into the 70s.