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Severe Weather Threat overnight Friday/Saturday
Friday, January 10, 2020

It is looking more likely that a squall line of thunderstorms will develop in central Texas this evening and then move across SE Texas tonight. SPC still has much of the area in an enhanced risk for severe weather with a moderate risk to the north and slight risk down along the coast. The primary risks will be damaging wind gusts from the squall line and embedded tornadoes. Hail is another risk but more to the NW of the area as storms first develop. Overall timing has not changed much with the line moving into the College Station around 8-11PM, Houston area around midnight and then off the coast to the east after 2AM. The possibility of significant severe weather has shifted to the moderate risk area to the north. That said, areas from College Station to Crockett may still be in the path of the more severe parts of the line of storms capable of producing higher wind gusts closer to 75 mph.



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