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MONDAY EVENING RADAR UPDATE

By Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry
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1040pm RADAR UPDATE

LOOPING RADAR HERE

Storms in Young and Stephens County are much weaker than they were to the west.  Still wind gust to 50 mph and some pea to penny size hail possible.  Lightning has come down in past 15 minutes too.  Scattered rain and storms will affect areas mainly west and north west of Fort Worth for next several hours.  Scattered showers and isolated storms will develop closer to DFW area closer to daybreak and into the morning hours.  Off and on rain thru the day on Tuesday with temperatures in the mid to upper 60s at midday.  But a cold front slides in tomorrow evening and temps drop into the 50s and 40s for Wednesday.  Cold and wet all day Wednesday.

KTVT Street Level

945pm RADAR UPDATE

LOOPING RADAR HERE

No Warnings with the storm cluster now, but still a strong storm moving toward Breckenridge.  Winds gusting to 50 mph along outflow boundary which is 5 to 7 miles ahead of the storm.  This outflow has weakened the storm.  IMAGE BELOW.  Latest coming up in minutes on CBS 11 NEWS at 10pm.  ~Larry

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910pm RADAR UPDATE

LOOPING RADAR HERE

Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Throckmorten County until 945pm, but storm is becoming undercut by outflow.  Below is a picture showing the outflow racing ahead of the storm.  This is a sign that it is weakening.  Still 1″ hail and 50 mph possible with this storm as it moves into parts of Young and Stephens County.  Severe threat will stay west of Fort Worth overnight.  But showers do break out after midnight and even a few isolated thunderstorms.  Latest on CBS 11 NEWS at 10pm.

KTVT Street Level

KTVT Street Level

LOOPING RADAR HERE

8:10PM RADAR UPDATE:  Cluster of severe storms in West Texas (150 miles away from DFW) is moving Southeast toward the western sections of North Texas.  These storms will stay well west of DFW tonight, but areas like Eastland, Breckenridge, Palo Pinto County and Erath County could see strong storms overnight.  Hail and wind is the main concern.  But as we lose heating from the day, the severe threat will decrease some.

Scattered showers and a few isolated thunderstorms will develop over the area by daybreak and thru the morning on Tuesday.  These scattered showers and storms will continue thru Tuesday afternoon as a cold front slowly slides thru the area.

Turns cold and even wetter tomorrow night into Wednesday with numerous showers and thunderstorms off and on tomorrow night thru the entire day on Wednesday.

And it will be COLD!  Temperatures on Wednesday will probably stay in the 40s all day!

Very latest coming up on CBS 11 News at 10pm.  ~Larry