By Jeff Ray

This afternoon has seen several strong (but not severe) storms move across our western counties. The threat of severe weather continues in this area through the rest of the day and early evening:

Severe Risk Day 2

Tomorrow the risk of severe weather increases as a cold front moves into very warm and humid air just as an upper-air system moves overhead:

Severe Risk Day 2a

The morning should be relatively quiet but by afternoon a line of storms moves in from the NW along and ahead of the cold front. The risk of large hail, damaging winds and even isolated tornadoes come with this round of spring storms. The Storm Prediction Center includes a large portion north Texas (including the metroplex) inside the “slight risk” area:

Severe Risk

We’ll update you at 5:30p and 10p on the current storms and risk tomorrow. Ahead for the workweek we are locked into 80 degree weather; our longest streak of it so far this season. Storm chances show back up on Thursday and next weekend.

Extended PM