Latest Storm Outlook for NTX from CBS 11 Chief Meteorologist Larry Mowry
Storm chances remain in the forecast for parts of the area the next couple of days.
Areas west and northwest of DFW are under a slight risk of severe weather this evening. The dry line is positioned from Wichita Falls down to Abilene. One or two storms could develop along that dry line after 4pm. If a storm were to develop it would likely become severe. These storms will move east/northeast. They will weaken as the sun goes down. There is an outside chance a storm could hold together long enough and make it to Parker or Wise County. In the Dallas area, no storms expected this evening.
This will be a day where scattered showers and thunderstorms will be with us. Coverage doesn’t look to be terribly high around 30%. But there could be more pockets of drizzle and light rain than actual storms. If a few storms were to get going they could have hail and gusty winds. Most of the area north of I-20 is in the slight risk for severe weather.
Thursday has been the day I have been talking about for several days now as the day with the greatest threat for severe weather. The dry line will make it to the I-35 Corridor by midday. Storms will likely develop right around Dallas in the early afternoon and then move eastward. The window of time where the threat of severe weather will be with the DFW Metroplex looks to be between 11am and 4pm on Thursday. Hail and wind will be the main threat, but a low tornado threat will be possible.
A cool April day with sunny skies. Morning lows will be in the upper 40s and afternoon highs in the low 70s.
Mainly dry weather, but clouds will increase thru the day. Showers and storms will be possible Saturday night. High around 71.
Cloudy and cool. Temperatures staying in the 60s most of the day. Showers and a few thunderstorms will be possible thru the day into the evening.
Cloudy and cool again, isolated showers still possible. Highs in the upper 60s.