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01/31/2011

Worst-case weather scenario may be looming for Super Bowl planners

Transportation writer Gordon Dickson has the latest on Tuesday's forecast, which appears to be getting worse by the minute. As he says, a moment of truth may be arriving for Super Bowl planners who promised they could handle any winter storms during the big week.

So far, though, the forecast is expected to be considerably better by Friday afternoon and into Super Bowl weekend. Here's the latest info from the National Weather Service Fort Worth's discussion board:

AS FOR SUPERBOWL WEEKEND...IT APPEARS RIGHT NOW IT WILL BE CHILLY IN THE MORNINGS...BUT SEASONABLY COOL FOR GAME TIME WITH NO POPS OR PRECIPITATION EXPECTED AT THIS TIME...AS NORTH TX WILL BE IN BETWEEN SYSTEMS AND UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF BROAD CYCLONIC FLOW ALOFT. WITH STILL SOME UNCERTAINTY THIS FAR OUT...WE URGE THOSE COMING IN FOR THE SUPERBOWL TO CONTINUE TO MONITOR THE LATEST FORECASTS AND DISCUSSIONS REGARDING NORTH TX WEATHER NEXT WEEKEND.

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