More severe weather expected for North Texas on Tuesday

There are storms galore in the forecast! Two more batches are headed our way in next seven days.

Today starts with clouds as a warm front (basically more humid air) heads back in this afternoon. As clouds break, an isolated shower may develop but coverage will be low today. Winds will crank up this evening as well (over 25 mph) as temps head back close to 80.

Late today and this evening, severe storms are possible WEST of I-35 W with all modes of severe weather an issue (hail, wind, tornado). That will form into a solid line overnight and sweep through most of North Texas. However, it should be a bit less intense as the night wears on. Still, high winds and hail will be a threat along with some flooding in stronger storms.

Those sweep east and exit early Wed morning, but new storms may form by noon and in the evening east of Dallas as the dry line will have stalled. Those could also produce severe weather. West of DFW should dry out with highs in the 70s to near 80.

A strong cold front sweeps through at night with gusty cool winds. Thursday starts with clouds, ends with sun and rather cool 60s.

We rebound to near 80 Friday with partly sunny skies before clouds move back in on Saturday. New storms are possible late Saturday evening but become more likely as we move into Sunday. Heavy rain will again be possible with this system.