The severe threat dwindles this evening, as our first disturbance exits North Texas. Expect a mainly quiet night with patchy fog and mild temperatures. Our last round of storms moves through Sunday afternoon and night. Damaging winds, large hail, and a brief spin-up are possible. The greatest chance for strong to severe storms is from the I-35 Corridor eastward. Once the disturbance moves through, dry and warm conditions return to start the work week. Another shot of cooler air returns late in the week, with more storms by Saturday.
Cold Front Today!
Tracking a cold front this morning that will cause temps to dip slightly by lunchtime, before heating back up to the upper 60s/low 70s this afternoon. Brief showers will be possible by midday, before clearing out this afternoon. Expect a breezy and cool night with temperatures falling into the 40s for most.Read the full article
Most of North Texas avoids damaging hail
We all got rain and wind but only a few people in our area saw what many people feared – damaging hail.
FOX 4 viewers submitted video of hail falling overnight in Gainesville, about 60 miles north of the Metroplex.
The rest of us got lucky this time.Read the full article
Cancellations, postponements as North Texas braces for Wednesday severe weather event
The majority of North Texas remains under a Severe Thunderstorm Watch with hail and strong winds expected overnight into Thursday.
The forecast of hail, rain and strong winds for overnight Wednesday has put people across North Texas on edge. Both the storm and the aftermath of what could be significant hail damage are on the minds of many people and businesses.
There has been ping pong sized hail reported in Montague County and Wise County and surrounding areas.Read the full article