Severe storms, cold front move through DFW

We are about to find out how crazy Texas weather can be in Spring!

We start Wednesday very warm and humid with some brief storms this morning. Some may contain high winds as a powerful cold front blasts through. The window for the Metroplex is 6 to 10 a.m.

After that, temps fall into the 60s with howling NW winds. Our eastern counties may see severe storms (wind, hail) from 10 a.m. to noon and then falling temps.

Skies will be clear later today, but it will be CHILLY!

Thursday is quiet. It'll start cool and will be in the 80 by the afternoon as a gusty south wind redevelops.

Friday turns humid and very warm (upper 80s) as a front stalls just north of DFW area. That front could trigger a severe storm or two IF we can break a cap late day (20 percent). Slightly better chances for severe storms would be Friday night mainly north and west of the Metroplex (30 percent).

By the weekend, another potent system heads in. Saturday will likely see strong to severe storms with all types of active weather (wind, hail, flood risk and possible tornadoes) so stay tuned. Highest coverage will be from the Metroplex and east.

By Sunday, we turn very windy and chilly! It'll be only in the 60s again as clouds break up in the evening.
Monday and Tuesday start mellow next week as we warm back up before new storms could threaten mid-week.