Another group of hail pictures from Thursday evening.
Dallas, Tarrant, Denton and Collin counties have been cleared from the Tornado Watch. Northeast Texas, Tornado Watch has been extended until 4:00 am.
More and more damage pictures coming in to CBS 11 TV. Live on air and online now at http://cbsloc.al/piHk15
Damage seen at UNT in Denton, TX, Credit Bob Jack, CBS 11
Tornado Warning for Collin county until 8:00 pm. Streaming live at http://dfw.cbslocal.com/live-video/
More pictures of storm damage from UNT in Denton.
Strong rotation still showing on radar, moving east of Denton. Tornado Warning continues. http://cbsloc.al/piHk15
Spotters reporting funnel cloud northeast side of Denton moving east. http://cbsloc.al/piHk15
Large hail will move just north of downtown Denton through 6:20 pm, possible tennis ball size. Live video here.
Tornado Warning, Denton county until 6:30. Possible tornado approaching downtown Denton from the west. Take cover downtown Denton and areas just west. Live video here.
5:15 pm Update – More pictures from Walmart, US 380 at I-35 in Denton county.
5:12 pm Update – Strong hail producing storms will be approaching northern Johnson county and southern Tarrant county from the west through 5:45. Severe thunderstorm warning until 6:00 pm. Live radar here.
Hail damage at Walmart, US 380 at I-35 in Denton county.
Larry Mowry, Jeff Ray and Tracy Kornet during CBS 11 News at 4:00. Click images for larger view. Updates continue on CBS 11 News at 5:00. 4:43 pm Update – CBS 11 Storm Chaser Jason McLaughlin talking with Larry Mowry after losing rear window of chase vehicle. Click image for larger view.
4:35 pm Update – More hail pictures. Become a CBS 11 Weather Watcher, details here.
4:30 pm Update – Small hail possible from storm approaching Tolar and Granbury in Hood county from the west by 4:45 pm. CBS 11 Storm Team tweets here.
4:15 Update – Reports of some hailstones to 3.5 inches in Denton. Storm cell will be approaching Denton/Collin county border west of Prosper before 4:30 pm. View from Chopper 11. Live radar here.
3:55 Update – Dangerous hail producing storm, reports of baseballs size, will be over areas near Oak Point and Cross Roads in Denton county by 4:15. CBS 11 radar streaming live here and updates through the afternoon on CBS 11 TV.
3:35 Update – Chopper 11 is tracking new storm cells developing north of Just in Denton county. Click image for larger view. Streaming CBS 11 Storm Team radar here.
3:10 Update – Hail to three quarters of an inch, possibly larger, will be moving over areas in western Denton county between now and 3:30 pm. Areas from Krum to just north of Alliance airport will be affected. Live radar streaming here.
3:02 pm Update – Great pictures from our CBS 11 Storm Team Weather Watchers! Click images for larger view. Weather Watcher information here. 3:00 pm Update – Chopper 11 over southern Wise county.
2:45 Update – Storm just south of Decatur is strengthening. Hail likely south and east of Decatur in Wise county between now and 3:00 pm. Live Storm Team 11 radar streaming here.
2:32 Update – Large hail will be moving across I-35 near Sanger and just south and north of town through 2:50 pm. Storm moving northeast. Live radar streaming here.
2:20 Update – One inch or large hail will be tracking toward the northwest corner of Denton county, mainly north of Krum between now and 2:45. Live CBS 11 Storm Team radar streaming here.
2:10 pm Update – Spotters report 1 inch hail west of Decatur. Live CBS 11 Storm Team radar here.
1:38 pm Update – Pea size hail possible across parts of Wise county along with wind to 50 mph. CBS 11 Storm Team Radar here.
1:30 pm Update – Storms are just staring to develop along the dryline in Wise and Palo Pinto counties, they will move rapidly northeast toward the Red River. New storms will be developing just west of I-35 shortly and there is a tornado watch in Oklahoma until 9:00 pm tonight.
1:15 pm Update – If you have travel plans through northeast Texas, western Oklahoma, Arkansas or Louisiana this afternoon and evening, the great tornado threat is shown here. (Click the image for a larger view.)
1:00 pm Update – This map shows the upper level wind pattern forecast for 7:00 pm this evening, about 15-18,000 feet about ground. The greatest thunderstorm creating lift will be along and east of the I-35 corridor. Some storms may develop along I-35 but the greatest threat for severe weather remains east of I-35. (Click the image for a larger view.) 12:45 pm Update – We are keeping our eyes on the satellite and radar images west of I-35. Should remain quite in north central Texas between now at 2:00 pm. Check back then for the latest.
12:00 pm Update – A change in the wind coming behind a cold front overnight Thursday into Friday morning. The morning commute will feel much less humid and cooler. Click the image above for a larger view.
11:45 am Update – A severe thunderstorm warning is in effect for Delta and Lamar counties until 12:45 pm. The storm team will be watching parts of northwest and west central and Texas for new development through the afternoon. CBS 11 Storm Team Radar here.
11:15 Update – Multiple new storm cells, some producing small to medium size will continue to move over much of Hunt county between now and 11:45 am. CBS 11 Storm Team radar here. http://cbsloc.al/Y2m20l
11:05 Update – Severe hail producing thunderstorm will move across much of Hunt county before 11:30 am. Click here for CBS 11 Storm Team radar. http://cbsloc.al/Y2m20l
11:00 am Update – Westerly winds will pickup up speed behind the dryline as it moves east through the afternoon. The combination of the dry air and stronger winds will increase the fire danger from I-35 westward this afternoon. CBS 11 Storm Team updates will continue here through the day. (Click on the images above for a larger view.)
10:00 am Update – Here is the weather picture as of 10:00 am Thursday morning. Through early afternoon we will be watching the dryline from Wichita Falls to Abilene for storm development. Storms that develop will approach north central Texas through the afternoon and the greatest threat for severe weather will be along and east of the I-35 corridor. Check back here through the day for updates. (©2014 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Latest News:
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