5:30am Severe Weather Update (6/23/2020)

A complex of storms is moving across the region this morning, and currently pushing into parts of the metroplex. These storms are currently severe in some spots, with hail smaller than 1” in diameter, and 60mph winds possible.

Warnings as of 5:30am (6/25/2020)

As of 5:30am, we currently have two active Severe Thunderstorm Warnings. The first includes parts of Wise, Parker, Tarrant, and Denton counties, until 5:45am.

The second warning includes Parker and Tarrant counties, until 6:15am.

We also have a Flash Flood Warning for parts of Wise county, until 7:30am. Heavy rain up to almost 4” has fallen in the warned area! So heads up in these areas, if you’re headed out for your morning commute, for a threat of Flash Flooding.

Above is our radars 1 hour estimated rainfall totals map. Some areas across NTX, are seeing almost 2-3” of rainfall per hour! So if you’re heading out for your morning commute in the path of these storms, keep in mind the flash flooding threat, and watch out for ponding on the roads.

Here’s the latest times of arrival for storms. (As of 5:40am)

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch remains in effect for parts of North Texas, including the metroplex, until 8am. Track this activity here on Weather225.com with our interactive maps.


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