I was wrong. It is still west of here expected to move east overnight but this was the tail end of the current system stretching into MS.It may not look like much but the dry line is starting to fire on the west side of I-35 in central Texas.
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They will explode after they cross I-35 and the imagnary bubble over the Austin metro area. This bubble has been documented by weather enthusiasts for years.
I'm looking at this system stretching from NE MS all the way into TX and it is twisting and turning like mad while the dry line and 36 degree dew points are still attaching to a front and moving west. It's going to be a long night.Multiple rounds tonight. This one now and another in the middle of the night.