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  1. https://forecast.weather.gov/wwamap/wwatxtget.php?cwa=fwd&wwa=severe thunderstorm warning Severe Thunderstorm Warning National Weather Service Fort Worth TX 440 AM CDT Sat Jun 12 2021 The National Weather Service in Fort Worth has issued a * Severe Thunderstorm Warning for... Montague County in north central Texas... Cooke County in north central Texas... * Until 545 AM CDT. * At 436 AM CDT, severe thunderstorms were located along a line extending from near Wilson to 7 miles northeast of Grady to near Terral, moving southeast at 40 mph. HAZARD...65 mph wind gusts and quarter size hail. SOURCE...Multiple automated weather sites in southern Oklahoma have measured 55 mph to 65 mph winds. IMPACT...Hail damage to vehicles is expected. Expect wind damage to roofs, siding, and trees. * Locations impacted include... Gainesville, Bowie, Nocona, Muenster, St. Jo, Lindsay, Callisburg, Forestburg, Sunset, Stoneburg, Lake Kiowa, Ray Roberts Park Johnson Branch and Valley View.
  2. Still dive bombing from Kansas, has widened out and is now stretched from past Lawton to Henryetta, OK. Keeps blowing through 30% chance of rain areas and widening.
  3. Big north-south line suddenly filling in from Mineral Wells to Henrietta (and on up to Lawton.) May wake y'all up in a few hours.
  4. Impressive looking Red River line looking north from DFW at sunset.
  5. I see that there was tornado warning east of Eagle Pass.
  6. Ch. 11 is doing a good job tracking the hail cores with their online live coverage: https://dfw.cbslocal.com/ I wonder if he is new to the area, he keeps reading these often random/obscure local names off the map. Just read 3 that I've never heard of and I wanted to tell him, "Dude, everybody just calls all of that Colleyville." I first tried channel 5, and after 5 minutes of nonstop ads gave up.
  7. Fox 4 reporter on the scene reported the death last night around 11pm. Glad to hear that he was incorrect.
  8. Truck driver in the rig that flipped and knocked out the I-35e median has died.
  9. Same for the forming line southwest of Waco to at least Kingsland. That cell northwest of Abilene was almost pure purple for awhile as it crossed from Nolan to Taylor County.
  10. Channel 11 with a live shot from their chaser who came up on an 18-wheeler than had been blown over on I-35 south of Waxahachie. Knocked the concrete median into at least 2 lanes of the opposite direction. People trying to locate/rescue the driver.
  11. Different local stations with different broadcast strategies. KDFW 4 spends 95% of the time focused on the radar, WFAA 8 spends 95% of the time focused on Bucee's.
  12. Is it the dryline or front that is the visible line on the DFW and Abilene radars, stretching from Lake Bridgeport and across the NW tip of Parker County down to Santa Anna, then trails west towards Ballinger?
  13. The lower levels of those massive semi-circle parking garages seem like a good option, especially Terminal D's, since the west side is wrapped and mostly shielded by the terminal. I'd duck in if the radar looks risky, I bet the parking fee is cheaper than the insurance deductable in America's hail capital.