Scattered showers and storms across the area this morning quickly moving to the northeast. Nothing has been severe, but some small hail, lightning, and brief heavy rainfall accompany the storms.
TODAY: High near 75. A few breaks in the rain and storms, but the chance will increase later today. Some have the chance to become strong to severe. Main threats will be large hail and high wind gust, an isolated tornado can't be ruled out. Also some heavy rainfall will lead to some flooding concerns.
TONIGHT: Late in the day and continuing overnight is the better chance for this activity. Epically the heavy rainfall for the Rolling Plains, where they might see totals above 2". Mostly cloudy with the low near 55.
TUESDAY: The storms system that is bring the rain chances will move through the area. This will begin to clear out showers and storms from west to east. High will be cooler near 70, mostly cloudy with clouds clearing some through the day.
REST OF THE WEEK: We will keep our eyes to the west in the Pacific Ocean on Hurricane Sergio. This will bring our next chance for rain later in the week with a frontal system pushing through the area. Highs will stay cool with a few fronts passing through the area. The biggest cool down looks to be Sunday with highs in the low 60s.
Have a great Monday! Stay weather aware through the day. Matt will be in with the next update to the forecast tonight on the News at Nine.