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.
Another round of showers and storms tonight, but things quiet down some after Tuesday. #fox4weatherRead the full article
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Lightning storm moves through North Texas Sunday
A fast-moving storm with lots of wind and lightning moved through the Dallas-Fort Worth area Sunday night.
FOX 4 viewer Callum Ross shared photos of the lightning in Plano. He said it was quite a light show.
Nice little light show on its way into Plano @SDaviesNBC5 @anneeliseparks @FOX4 @Fox4Weather @wfaaweather @TxStormChasers pic.twitter.com/1D1qv2FzkTRead the full article
Strong Storms Tonight!
Strong to severe storms are expected this evening, with a gradual weakening trend overnight. Expect a warm and muggy to start the work week, with low storm chances continuing. Back to normal and a bit drier by the weekend.Read the full article