Reporting Larry Mowry
Filed underStorm Team Blog
Severe storms breaking out across West Texas up into Kansas. These storms will be moving eastward this evening and may affect areas NW of DFW later tonight.
RADAR AT 4PM – Severe Thunderstorm Watch well west of DFW until 11pm
THIS EVENING / OVERNIGHT
A few of the storms that develop out to the west may hold together long enough to bring scattered showers and storms to areas north of DFW between 10pm and 3am.
Thursday will be our best chance of seeing showers and thunderstorms. Some of the storms will be severe with large hail and gusty winds. Below is the slight risk area for tomorrow and tomorrow night.
SEVERE RISKS – Large hail and gusty winds are the main threat. The tornado threat is low, but not at zero.
THIS EVENING – Storms will stay mainly NW of DFW. Some may get close into Denton and Collin County after midnight.
TOMORROW – Numerous showers and thunderstorms develop around North Texas. Some could be severe especially in the afternoon and evening.
THURSDAY NIGHT – Storms will likely come together in a line and move east. The line could still produce severe weather especially in the evening on Thursday.
FRIDAY - Scattered showers and thunderstorms will be possible especially for areas south of I-20.
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