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RWRTX
NORTH TEXAS HOURLY WEATHER ROUNDUP
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE FORT WORTH TX
900 PM CST SAT JAN 24 2015

NOTE: "FAIR" INDICATES FEW OR NO CLOUDS BELOW 12,000 FEET WITH NO
SIGNIFICANT WEATHER AND/OR OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISIBILITY.

TXZ118-119-250400-
DALLAS/FORT WORTH METROPLEX

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
DFW AIRPORT    PTCLDY    50  36  58 SW9       30.01F
DALLAS LOVE    PTCLDY    50  36  58 SW6       30.02F
FTW MEACHAM    CLEAR     49  36  61 S7        30.01F
DAL-EXECUTIVE  CLEAR     49  34  56 SW5       30.02S
FTW-ALLIANCE   PTCLDY    47  36  65 SW9       30.00F
FTW-SPINKS     CLEAR     43  35  73 CALM      30.05F
ARLINGTON      CLEAR     51  34  52 SW3       30.03S
GRAND PRAIRIE  CLEAR     50  37  62 SW5       30.05S
ADDISON        PTCLDY    52  34  50 SW7       30.02F
MESQUITE       CLEAR     45  34  65 SW5       30.03F
LANCASTER      CLEAR     47  33  57 CALM      30.04F
$$

TXZ091>094-102>105-117-120-121-131>134-250400-
NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
SHRMAN/DENISON CLEAR     45  38  77 SW7       30.00S
GAINESVILLE    CLEAR     43  35  72 SW5       30.01S
BOWIE          CLEAR     45  35  68 SW3       30.00S
BRIDGEPORT     PTCLDY    48  38  67 SW8       30.03F
DECATUR        CLEAR     49  35  57 SW7       30.00F
DENTON         CLEAR     43  36  76 SW8       30.00F WCI  38
MCKINNEY       CLEAR     42  35  76 SW7       30.00F WCI  38
GREENVILLE     CLEAR     46  34  61 SW6       30.01F
ROCKWALL       CLEAR     48  36  62 SW8       30.01F
TERRELL        CLEAR     47  35  63 SW7       30.03F
WAXAHACHIE     CLEAR     47  36  64 W3        30.05S
CLEBURNE       CLEAR     46  36  66 SW5       30.05F
GRANBURY       CLEAR     42  36  80 CALM      30.05S
$$

TXZ083>090-098>101-113>116-127>130-139>142-154-155-250400-
WESTERN NORTH TEXAS

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
WICHITA FALLS  CLEAR     49  36  61 SW12      29.98S
WF-KICKAPOO    CLEAR    N/A N/A N/A SW8       30.00S
VERNON         CLEAR     44  31  60 SW8       29.98F WCI  39
ABILENE        PTCLDY    44  35  70 S8        30.04F WCI  39
ABILENE-DYESS  PTCLDY    43  35  74 SW8       30.03F WCI  38
BRECKENRIDGE   CLEAR     47  35  63 S10       30.03F
GRAHAM         CLEAR     46  38  72 S5        30.00F
MINERAL WELLS  CLEAR     49  35  58 SW3       30.01F
STEPHENVILLE   CLEAR     44  34  69 CALM      30.07S
COMANCHE       PTCLDY    50  37  62 SW9       30.05F
BROWNWOOD      PTCLDY    45  37  76 CALM      30.07S
COLEMAN        PTCLDY    48  38  69 SW5       30.07S
BRADY          CLEAR     45  34  65 W7        30.07S
$$

TXZ143>147-156>162-174-175-250400-
CENTRAL TEXAS

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
WACO           PTCLDY    42  37  82 W6        30.06S WCI  38
WACO-TSTC      CLEAR     45  34  65 CALM      30.06S
WACO-MCGREGOR  PTCLDY    46  34  61 CALM      30.07S
HILLSBORO      CLEAR     40  34  78 CALM      30.05S
CORSICANA      PTCLDY    48  36  63 SW6       30.06S
MEXIA          PTCLDY    46  38  73 SW7       30.05S
HEARNE         PTCLDY    47  36  63 S7        30.08F
CAMERON        MOCLDY    51  36  56 SW7       30.07S
TEMPLE         MOCLDY    46  36  66 CALM      30.06S
KILLEEN        MOCLDY    54  35  49 W3        30.07S
KILLEEN-SKYLRK MOCLDY    52  34  50 SW6       30.05S
FORT HOOD      MOCLDY    51  36  55 MISG      30.06S
GATESVILLE     PTCLDY    46  37  71 CALM      30.08F
HAMILTON       PTCLDY    46  36  69 SW6       30.07S
LAMPASAS       CLOUDY    50  38  63 W3        30.06F
$$

TXZ095>097-106>112-122>126-135>138-148>153-164>167-250400-
EAST TEXAS

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
PARIS          CLEAR     45  34  65 CALM      30.00F
SULPHUR SPRNGS CLEAR     46  35  66 SW8       30.03F
MOUNT PLEASANT CLEAR     47  35  64 SW7       30.03F
GILMER         CLEAR     47  34  59 CALM      30.03S
MINEOLA        CLEAR     48  32  53 SW6       30.03F
TYLER          PTCLDY    48  35  60 SW7       30.03F
LONGVIEW       PTCLDY    47  34  60 W5        30.02F
MARSHALL       PTCLDY    45  38  76 CALM      30.04S
ATHENS         PTCLDY    37  34  87 CALM      30.04S
PALESTINE      PTCLDY    40  37  90 CALM      30.06S
HENDERSON      PTCLDY    45  36  70 CALM      30.05S
NACOGDOCHES    PTCLDY    45  34  65 CALM      30.06S
LUFKIN         PTCLDY    44  36  73 CALM      30.06F
$$

SUPPLEMENTAL OBSERVATIONS (CENTRAL)

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
CADDO GRASSLND   N/A     46  36  66 S3          N/A
PAT MAYSE LAKE   N/A     48  36  61 SE3         N/A
PALESTINE        N/A     43  36  75 CALM        N/A
MCGREGOR         N/A     45  37  76 W3          N/A
TEMPLE           N/A     46  37  71 CALM        N/A
$$

SUPPLEMENTAL OBSERVATIONS (WEST)

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
MILLERS CREEK    N/A     43  37  81 SW8         N/A  WCI  38
POSSUM KINGDOM   N/A     48  34  57 S7          N/A
LBJ GRASSLAND    N/A     46  34  61 CALM        N/A
GRANBURY         N/A     39  34  81 CALM        N/A
HAMBY            N/A     43  34  70 S8          N/A  WCI  38
IVIE RESERVOIR   N/A     48  37  66 W5          N/A
COLORADO BEND    N/A     48  32  53 SW3         N/A
$$

SUPPLEMENTAL OBSERVATIONS (EAST)

CITY           SKY/WX    TMP DP  RH WIND       PRES   REMARKS
CLARKSVILLE      N/A     46  37  71 SW2         N/A
TEXARKANA        N/A     34  32  93 CALM        N/A
LINDEN           N/A     46  34  61 W3          N/A
GILMER           N/A     45  36  70 SW1         N/A
HENDERSON        N/A     46  34  61 SW3         N/A
LUFKIN           N/A     39  36  87 MISG        N/A
N SABINE NF      N/A     41  36  81 MISG        N/A
S SABINE NF      N/A     43  37  81 CALM        N/A
$$

SUPPLEMENTAL OBSERVATIONS ARE A COLLECTION OF AUTOMATED INSTRUMENTS
THAT ARE MAINTAINED BY A VARIETY OF FEDERAL AND STATE AGENCIES.
CERTAIN ELEMENTS...SUCH AS HUMIDITY VALUES AND SUSTAINED WIND
SPEEDS...MAY BE APPROXIMATED.