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Fort Worth, TX

May 20th

Chc PM showers & t-storms

Low 73
High 96
South 18-25 mph
May 21st

Showers & thunderstorms, possibly severe

Low 61
High 93
South 16-22 G30+ mph
May 22nd

Chance of showers before noon

Mostly Cloudy
Low 60
High 74
North 12-18 mph
Fort Worth, US
5:46 am, May 20
L: 74° H: 76°
Feels like 76.26 °F clear sky
Wind gusts: 7 mph
UV Index: 0
Precipitation: 0 inch
Visibility: 10 km
Sunrise: 6:27 am
Sunset: 8:24 pm
Humidity 80 %
Pressure1000 mb
Wind 7 mph
Forecast Discussion & Updates

Texas Motor Speedway, May 2022

If you’re going down to the Metroplex early, it’ll be Texas summer hot through the upcoming week. By late Saturday, a cold front is expected to move across Texas. This will bring a risk of showers and thunderstorms for Saturday afternoon & evening, some of which could be severe. 

The front will slow as it moves towards north Texas, keeping a risk of showers & storms in the Sunday morning forecast. Mostly cloudy skies are expected for the afternoon.

Fri, May 20 – Truck Series race (7:30 PM CDT): Spotty showers & t-storms, Southerly winds, 16-22 mph with higher gusts, 96/73

Sat, May 21 – Xfinity Series race (12:30 PM CDT): Showers & t-storms some possible severe.  South winds, 16-22 mph with 30+ mph gusts, 93/61

Sun, May 22 – All-Star race (Open 4:30 PM, All-Star Race 7:00 PM CDT):   Chance of showers before noon, then mostly cloudy, North winds, 12-18 mph, 74/60 

Updated: 19 May 2022, 4:15 PM CDT

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