Clouds have stayed overhead all morning up to mid-day. This has kept temperatures in the upper 80′s with breezy, humid conditions. Yesterday a large cluster of storms moved over eastern N.Mexico and into Texas during the night. We have the remnants of that system over us now; we can see several circulations in the satellite loops.
We expect some thunderstorms to develop this afternoon and evening because of the daytime heating interacting with these weak systems. Coverage won’t be high and widespread severe weather is not expected. These storms could produce microbursts and frequent lightning however and will have to be watched, especially if that start to approach any of our area lakes.
Most of this activity will be along and east of the I-35 corridor with the bigger storms up around Collin and Hunt Counties and to the east.
Here is your evening forecast. The winds teamed with temperatures NOT in the 90′s will temper the high humidity somewhat. Still, very much a June evening out there:
Join us at 6pm Tonight on CBS11 for a full forecast. See you then-