NWS UPDATE: Little Impact from Tropical Storm Cindy

From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Wednesday, 21 June 2017 11:12 CDT

Bottom Line
Tropical Storm Cindy is expected to have little impact on North Texas weather through Thursday. Cindy will make landfall early Thursday morning near the TX/LA border and move north into the Arklatex. Some rain bands on the western side of the storm could affect our far eastern counties. Total rainfall amounts across our eastern counties are expected to be around 1".

Overview
The tropical system will make landfall early Thursday morning along the TX/LA border. Other than some increasing high cloud cover and breezy winds (15-25 mph), the storm should have little overall impact to weather in North Texas. Some outer rain bands could result in some rainfall across our far eastern counties during the day Thursday into Thursday night. Rainfall amounts should generally be around 1". No other significant impacts are expected from this storm system. Additional showers and thunderstorms are expected across all of North Texas over the weekend and continuing into early next week.

Latest Information and Track Info

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FAQ
Is rain guaranteed Thursday? No. Most areas will not see rainfall.
Are tornadoes expected? Tornadoes are unlikely given the forecast track of the storm.
How much rain is expected? Right now, the heaviest amounts should be around 1".
Will there be extensive flooding? Flooding is not expected.
When will the next email update be sent? This will be the last email concerning Tropical Storm Cindy.

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