A cluster of storms formed along our western half this afternoon. There are pockets of strong storms BUT NOT SEVERE. At the most we expect small hail and brief heavy rain along with frequent lightning. Heavy rain from one of these cells produce a Flood Advisory where Palo Pinto, Parker, Earth and Hood counties come together.
This activity will be diminish after sunset. Overnight low will stay in the low 70’s.
MONDAY: 10% STORM CHANCE. Afternoon storms will again pop up across north Texas. Coverage will likely be less than today, highs will reach into the low 90’s.
TUESDAY: 20% STORM CHANCE . Winds are going to get rather breezy in the afternoon, highs will stay in the low 90’s because of afternoon clouds. Storm chances increase by afternoon and early evening.
WEDNESDAY: 30% STORM CHANCE. I expect a mostly cloudy afternoon on Wednesday as gulf moisture builds in from a weak tropical low moving onto the Texas coastal plain. This will be our next best chance of rain in north Texas. It’ll be another windy day with winds SE 15-25mph. Highs should only reach to around 90 degrees.
Dry weather for Thursday to Sunday with temperatures rising into the mid-to-upper 90’s by next weekend.