Rain chances are ending from northwest to southeast this morning out ahead of a strong front. Our cold front will bring wind chill values in the 20s for the majority of the day, with a few peeks of sunshine possible this afternoon. Bitter cold wind chill values tomorrow morning are looking more and more likely. Temperatures will struggle to get above freezing tomorrow afternoon.
Strong Storms Tonight!
Strong to severe storms remain possible tonight, especially from the I-35 Corridor eastward. Once the fronts clears North Texas Monday morning, drier and more seasonal temps are on tap. Rain chances and cooler conditions return by the end of the week.Read the full article
Storm Chances Tonight
We're looking at a very warm Sunday forecast, before rain and storm chances return. Highs will range from the low and mid 80s west of the metroplex, to the upper 70s east. Tonight, strong storms return to the forecast mainly east and northeast of the metroplex. Main threats include large hail and damaging winds. Stay weather aware!Read the full article
Storm Chances Continue!
Warm, Windy, and Stormy? Most of North Texas will be quiet through much of Sunday, but by the evening, a cold front returns the risk for strong to severe storms. The greatest chances will be from DFW N/E (Damaging winds and hail). Expect a drier and seasonal start to the work week, with more rain chances to end the week.Read the full article