Good evening North Texas. This is a quick update about the slight storm chances tonight. To ease any fears, IF we see any activity tonight, it would remain very isolated.
The Storm Prediction Center (SPC), has issued a Marginal (1/5 Green) Risk for parts of NTX, including parts of the metro. This will be for the possibility for a few storms that could produce hail, up to or slightly larger than quarters in size. There’s no threat for tornadoes with tonight’s risk in the SPC outlook. Any activity, IF it develops, would be very isolated in nature. And would most likely be for areas east of I-35. And to be clear, NOT everyone will see this storm activity. And there’s a chance we could see nothing as well.
As of now the Texas Tech WRF model is the one showing the best chance for activity overnight across parts of the area. We’ll be keeping an eye on this. You’ll be fine if you have a way to receive warnings overnight, IF any storms develop and reach severe levels. However, we could most likely get through the night seeing nothing, yet it’s still good to be safe.
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