Cooler with chance for rain tomorrow, more storms ahead

Cooler with chance for rain tomorrow, more storms ahead


THIS AFTERNOON: It's a sunny, warm day with the dry line well east of us. East of that boundary, there is the risk for severe storms, with a severe thunderstorm watch for parts of North Central Texas and Texoma, then tornado watches from Oklahoma and points north.

TONIGHT: Clouds will increase, low in the mid 50s.

TOMORROW: Cooler, mostly cloudy day. High only in the mid 70s. There is a decent chance for showers and storms. There may already be some light showers in the morning. The better chance for storms and the potential for severe weather is south and southeast of our area. But there should be at least some showers and storms around our area during the day.

NEXT FEW DAYS: Thursday will probably be mostly sunny and dry. Then Thursday night there's a chance for a few storms.

After that, humidity will return to the area. We'll probably see a few showers or storms in the area each day, with fairly limited coverage. This means the chance at any one location isn't great. There may also be some strong to severe storms, though the risk doesn't appear great at this point. It's several days out, but it looks like we could have this pattern with at least a few storms through the weekend and at least through the middle of next week.

Have a great rest of your day. Bobby will have a full update to the forecast here early tomorrow.

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