Severe weather stalks North Texas again

Wild week ahead...several severe weather chances.

Today starts with scattered showers, but some stronger storms NW and N this AM. As this exits near noon, a dry line will move into areas just west of I-35 W and may kick off severe storms PM and early this eve. They will not be widespread, but any of them would produce large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes. Highest threat will be east of DFW from 3-7PM.

We'll be quiet tonight and after low clouds early Tuesday, we break out into sun and crack the 90 degree mark for the first time this year. It will be humid and windy as well and some storms may blow very late in the day (esp. south/SW) which would be severe. Coverage fairly low 25-30%.

Wednesday finds a cold front inching down from the NW, but still very warm ahead of it (near 90). We'll see new storms into the evening and overnight hours...some severe as well.

Thursday may see early AM showers, but should quiet down behind the front. That drier air will last into Friday as well with highs generally in the 80s.

By the weekend, moisture heads back in and is favorable for more showers and storm, esp from DFW west and north.