What Is Your Current Weather?

Rudy

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We hit 56°F this afternoon. Right now, it's alternating between a light drizzle and monsoons outside.

If I'd known it was going to be this warm, I'd have headed out to the bike trails. I'm getting stir crazy being indoors. (I can't go in cooler weather due to asthma--I get too out of breath under exertion if it's in the 40s.) Still, I'm liking the warmer weather. It can stay like this all winter. ;) (I cannot afford to move south just yet.)
 

Tracy Perry

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One of many for the area (about 2 hours northwest of me). The line is supposed to be moving my way - hopefully it will come through at a time of minimal support for the tornadoes to form, but it's still 72° outside and VERY humid with clouds streaming to the northwest at high speed.

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Amaury

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Tracy Perry

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Keep the folks in the Dallas/Rowlett in your prayers. This is some of what they dealt with tonight.
Near Emory, TX
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and near Rowlett

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Last I heard there were at least 4 dead and this one was supposed to be around a mile wide. The flash behind it is it taking out power lines and being lit up by it.
 
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TheRevTastic

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And there's even more storms to come along at around 3am from where I live towards Dallas. Weirdest year so far.
 

Tracy Perry

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And a small earthquake in the Panhandle (that's the Amarillo, Childress, Lubbock area.
Come to Texas, where we get it ALL!

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Tracy Perry

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Oh, and @Amaury - since you like snow so well, thought you might like this (it's from a friend of ours in Abernathy, TX - that's near Lubbock in the image above).
He told us they have up to 6ft drifts there.

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Amaury

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We were under a winter weather advisory yesterday, which expanded into the early hours of today. It snowed pretty good from about 5:00 PM, I think, until around 1:00 AM today.

I took these two photos today. From comparing them to my earlier ones, I'd say it was at least an inch. And more snow showers are predicted tomorrow in the afternoon. It's a 30% chance, but really, that doesn't mean anything in the long run, in my opinion.

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@Tracy Perry :D

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Tracy Perry

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We were under a winter weather advisory yesterday, which expanded into the early hours of today. It snowed pretty good from about 5:00 PM, I think, until around 1:00 AM today.
@Tracy Perry :D
That one I posted is about 10ft of drift... in fact, one of their local TV station weather men asked to use it to show the "city dwellers" that watch what it got like out in the country.
 
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