Memorial Day will be the last of our rain-free days likely for a while. The ridge of high pressure that has kept North Texas quiet, shifts southward, allowing a late-season cold front to move through mid-week. Heavy rain and strong storms will be possible Tuesday night through early Thursday morning.The front eventually stalls to our south and then lifts northward by the weekend.
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Strong winds cause damage across North Texas following Sunday's storms
A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for a large portion of North Texas until 8 p.m. Sunday.
Strong winds will be the primary threat from these storms, along with possible flash flooding and hail.
There was a Tornado Warning issued for Dallas County, but it was allowed to expire at 4 p.m.Read the full article
Storm Chances Continue
Our overnight complex of storms is weakening and moving southeast, We will see several hours of heating before storm chances return to the forecast. Timing is difficult, but I think storm chances ramp up again by mid-late afternoon and linger throughout the nighttime hours. Storms could become severe with damaging winds, hail and lightning as the main threats. The pattern remains active through midweek.Read the full article
A few rounds of storms...
NW flow will bring a series of disturbances through North Texas which will bring storms to the area. Some could be strong/severe with wind and hail as the main threats along with cloud to ground lightning. #fox4weatherRead the full article