Overnight and early Fathers Day forecast update (posted 6/20/2020)

Good evening NTX, this is a quick forecast update for overnight storm chances, and storm chances into your Father’s Day morning.

To start, our future cast radar view with the HRRR model is projecting at this time, rain and storm chances across the region, as a complex of storms along the Red River, moves South East towards the Metroplex early tomorrow morning, between 6am-11am (at this time), with some isolated pop up showers and storms possible in parts of the region before then, however that activity would be isolated and short lived.

Some of this activity could be strong to severe with gusty winds of 45-60mph being the primary threat, with marginally severe hail around or smaller than 1” possible as well. The greatest risk would be along and south of the Red River in some of our Northern and Red River counties. The severe weather threat is overall low, and not everyone will see severe, or rain/storm activity. However, some of us could start off Fathers Day wet with some showers/storms possible across the area.

You can track this activity with our weather maps page, or radar on our home page. And view the rest of our Father’s Day forecast with our daily forecast page, and 7 day forecast page.

– JW

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