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T.National Weather Service Brownsville Rio Grande Valley hits with more intense storms Thursday afternoon, potentially triggering another cold front expected to move through southern Texas and the Rio Grande Valley from Friday evening through early Saturday morning was reported to be slightly
NWS meteorologists said high winds and heavy hail were the main concerns, adding that it was unclear when a likely storm would occur, but the latest forecast for Thursday at 3 p.m. The column was approaching the Rio Grande. Plains and Brush counties Friday 6:00 p.m. to midnight; Brooks/Kennedy County Ranch and Valley 9:00 p.m. Friday to 4:00 a.m. Saturday.
The line is expected to move northwest to southeast into the valley, bringing gusts of up to 60 mph (up to 70 mph within the strongest cell or squall line), according to the NWS.
A forecast designation of “mild risk” means that sporadic severe thunderstorms may occur, as opposed to “marginal risk” where isolated severe thunderstorms may occur .
Poorly constructed structures can cause minor tree and roof damage, and in some areas even more serious damage. Unsecured mobile homes and power lines are at risk of damage. Meteorologists also say blackouts are more likely in areas with strong winds.
Hail can be more than 1 inch in diameter, cloud-to-ground lightning strikes are likely to occur frequently, and frequent series of lightning strikes can bring out power to entire neighborhoods or sub-levels and communities of large cities. and “several structural fires may occur,” according to the NWS.
Occupants of poorer buildings were advised to move to stronger buildings, but light objects should be stored and vehicles moved under garages or carports or canopies, NWS said. says.