By Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry

We had a few showers/storms move across the northern half of North Texas today, but these were not very strong.

The next three days will feature storm chances and the threat for severe weather.


Severe storms will be possible in western sections of North Texas along the dry line.  These storms will move east off the dryline.  Hail, wind, and even an isolated tornado could be possible.  There likely won’t be many storms, but maybe two or three supercells.  They may make it to the western fringes of the Metroplex (Denton/Tarrant County), but by the time they get there, the sun will have set and the storms will be weakening.

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The dry line will make it a little farther east on Wednesday.  This will put storm chances across all of the DFW Metroplex.  Severe storms look possible with hail, wind and isolated tornadoes possible.  Storm chances look to be about 40%.  So not everyone will see storms, but a few more will be in the area compared to Tuesday.

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Storm coverage will be at its highest on Thursday.  A Pacific Cold Front will make it to the I-35 corridor during the day on Thursday.  Storms will develop along that front and expand eastward as we go into the afternoon.  Severe weather appears possible again with a hail, wind and tornado threat.

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Stay tuned to the CBS 11 STORM TEAM BLOG and CBS 11 for the very latest on a Spring-like week for North Texas.

Larry Mowry