Current weather conditions updated 8 minutes ago
Tomorrow is forecast to be Cooler than today. Heavy thunderstorms tomorrow night.
|Dew Point||59 °F|
|Snow Depth||Not available.|
|UV||0 out of 16|
|Pollen||9.00 out of 12|
|Air Quality||Not available.|
Isolated showers have begun moving into portions of northeast Texas...southeast Oklahoma...and south Arkansas over the next few hours. Main activity is near and north of the i30 corridor. These showers are moving northeast near 50 mph. Rainfall amounts will be light...generally ranging from a trace to near a few hundredths of an inch with isolated higher amounts in heavier showers.×
|Apr. 20, 2014||Rise||Set|
|Actual Time||6:36 AM CDT||7:47 PM CDT|
|Civil Twilight||6:10 AM CDT||8:13 PM CDT|
|Nautical Twilight||5:39 AM CDT||8:44 PM CDT|
|Astronomical Twilight||5:07 AM CDT||9:16 PM CDT|
|Moon||12:22 AM CDT (4/20)||11:02 AM CDT (4/20)|
|Length of Visible Light||14h 03m|
|Length of Day||
Tomorrow will be 1m 57s longer.
|Waning Gibbous, 64% of the Moon is Illuminated|
|Today Waning Gibbous||Apr 22 Last Quarter||Apr 29 New||May 6 First Quarter||May 14 Full|
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|Station||Depth||Elevation||No new snow has been reported.|
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|No Stations Reporting|
|City||Distance||Mag.||Time & Date|
|No recent earthquake activity has been reported nearby.|
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