Reporting Jeff Jamison
Filed underStorm Team Blog
There is a SLIGHT RISK for severe weather later tonight, mainly over our northwestern counties. The strongest storms have the chance to produce large hail up to quarter size, strong winds and a lot of lightning.
Storms will quickly zip into East Texas before sunrise Saturday. Most of the day tomorrow will be rain-free, like today. It will be warm and humid too…but quite enjoyable for any outdoor plans. About a 20% chance of storms popping up during the day…just isolated stuff.
By late Saturday evening, a weak cold front will sag in from the north and help increasing our thunderstorms chances. Looks like the best chance of storms will be late Saturday night and then again during the afternoon Sunday.
There is another SLIGHT RISK for severe weather for Saturday night into Sunday morning, especially north of I-20.
A strong cold front should move through DFW Monday night and really cool things down again by Tuesday. There should be a good chance of chilly rain Tuesday…very much like winter for the first half of next week. We’re just the messengers, remember.