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May 4, 2006

Severe storms possible in Texas tonight, Friday; Mayfest organizers say they’re prepared for severe weather; Wild spring weather erupts in Ozarks; May 3, 1999 tornadoes spawn new era of online weather coverage; FEMA to close last N.O. office; Bob Dylan the DJ proves he has just the voice for radio; Amateur radio operators keep eyes on skies; Global warming cited in wind shift; Report says NASA lacks research money; Meteor shower this Sat.; Heat burst in Fort Worth

Severe Storms Possible In Texas Tonight, Friday: From Fort Worth: Mayfest organizers say they’re prepared for severe weather (1995 hail storm images inside) | Spring storms continue rolling through region

Wild spring weather erupts in Ozarks

May 3, 1999 tornadoes spawn new era of online weather coverage

FEMA to close last N.O. office: Agency transferring responsibilities to city

Bob Dylan the DJ proves he has just the voice for radio

Amateur radio operators keep eyes on skies

Global warming cited in wind shift

Space News: Report says NASA lacks research money | Meteor shower this Saturday

Wednesday Morning Heat Burst In Fort Worth, Texas: Between 2:45 a.m. and 3:45 a.m. Wednesday, a heat burst left behind wind damage and power outages in Fort Worth and Arlington. The WXnation Station was on the northern edge of the heat burst, which in some places led to a temperature increase of almost 10 degrees. The data below is from the WXnation Station in far north Fort Worth (5 miles SSE of Fort Worth Alliance Airport) and shows how the temperature rose from 72.7 degrees at 2:30 a.m. to 77.9 degrees at 3:35 a.m. and then fell to 67.9 degrees an hour later. Also, the dewpoint dropped to 46.5 degrees before jumping back into the 60s.

Time Temp Dewpoint Pressure
00:00 77.9°F 66.1°F 29.88in
00:10 77.9°F 66.1°F 29.88in
00:15 77.7°F 65.9°F 29.89in
00:25 77.2°F 65.8°F 29.89in
00:35 76.3°F 66.6°F 29.89in
00:45 75.6°F 66.7°F 29.90in
00:50 75.3°F 66.0°F 29.90in
01:00 75.4°F 65.7°F 29.91in
01:10 75.1°F 66.2°F 29.91in
01:20 74.7°F 66.2°F 29.88in
01:30 74.0°F 66.3°F 29.86in
01:35 73.9°F 66.2°F 29.86in
01:45 73.7°F 65.7°F 29.89in
01:50 73.5°F 65.1°F 29.89in
02:00 73.3°F 64.5°F 29.89in
02:05 73.0°F 63.0°F 29.89in
02:15 72.8°F 59.0°F 29.89in
02:20 72.7°F 56.6°F 29.89in
02:30 72.7°F 56.1°F 29.87in
02:40 73.2°F 54.5°F 29.87in
02:50 73.3°F 54.1°F 29.86in
02:55 73.5°F 53.7°F 29.86in
03:05 74.0°F 52.5°F 29.84in
03:15 76.3°F 49.5°F 29.79in
03:25 77.4°F 48.3°F 29.79in
03:35 77.9°F 46.5°F 29.79in
03:40 76.3°F 59.9°F 29.79in
03:50 71.5°F 60.8°F 29.79in
Time Temp Dewpoint Pressure
03:55 70.3°F 60.8°F 29.79in
04:05 69.1°F 60.1°F 29.81in
04:10 68.9°F 60.3°F 29.81in
04:20 68.6°F 60.0°F 29.81in
04:25 68.4°F 60.2°F 29.81in
04:35 67.9°F 60.4°F 29.81in
04:40 67.8°F 60.7°F 29.81in
04:50 67.4°F 61.0°F 29.82in
04:55 67.3°F 60.9°F 29.82in
05:05 66.9°F 61.2°F 29.83in
05:10 66.8°F 61.5°F 29.83in
05:20 66.8°F 61.5°F 29.81in
05:30 66.8°F 61.1°F 29.81in
05:40 67.1°F 60.7°F 29.81in
05:50 67.3°F 60.6°F 29.83in
05:55 67.3°F 60.9°F 29.83in
06:05 66.9°F 60.5°F 29.83in
06:15 66.6°F 60.6°F 29.85in
06:25 66.3°F 60.6°F 29.85in
06:30 66.1°F 60.8°F 29.85in
06:45 65.6°F 60.6°F 29.84in
06:55 65.3°F 60.7°F 29.84in
07:00 65.0°F 60.4°F 29.85in
07:10 64.8°F 60.5°F 29.85in
07:20 64.7°F 60.7°F 29.88in
07:35 64.8°F 60.8°F 29.88in
07:50 65.0°F 61.4°F 29.89in
 

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