Father’s Day Morning Update on storms (7am 6/21/2020)

Here’s a quick update on storms across our northern counties this morning.

As of 7am CDT, storms were located across parts of our Red River counties, from Bowie to Sherman, and slowly moving South/Southeast around 20mph. As of 7am no warnings were active, however, gusty winds of 45-55, and heavy rainfall are still possible with storms, as storms have had a history of damaging winds and marginally severe hail throughout the morning. We’ll be keeping an eye on these storms, good news is there appears to be a general weakening trend we’re seeing with these storms.

The severe thunderstorm watch has been allowed to expire at 7am. We cannot rule out another storm reaching severe limits, within this complex of storms as it moves to the S/SE. Otherwise, as these storms move into the region some areas could see some rain/general thunderstorms to start off your Fathers Day morning. Not everyone will see rain, or even severe activity.

View our Father’s Day forecast on our Daily Forecast page, and 7 day forecast page! And track the activity with our interactive maps.


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