This afternoon and this evening, we have a risk for some possible strong to severe storms across the region. This morning the Storm Prediction Center raised the risk from a Slight 2/5 (yellow) risk to an enhanced 3/5 (orange) risk for a large portion of our North Texas coverage area.
Primary risks today look to be damaging winds of 60-70mph, large hail up to 2” in diameter, and a couple isolated tornadoes cannot be ruled out as well. Flash Flooding will also be a concern, as heavy rainfall may lead to some flash flooding issues across the area, especially on some area roadways, low lying areas, and areas prone to flooding. Timing looks to be from mid/late afternoon into this evening (3 to 4 PM through 12 AM).
View more information, and a full model time line in our ”daily forecast” page in our North Texas menu section (or click here) . And make sure you have a way to receive alerts this afternoon and evening (text, NOAA Radio, alert apps, etc). And stay tuned for updates with Weather 225
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