The Storm Prediction Center has issued a risk of <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>severestrong> weather for much of Northwest <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Texasstrong> and western portions of North <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>Texasstrong> for late this afternoon into the evening hours. The overall coverage of <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>stormsstrong> is in question because of a strong cap in place. I wouldn’t be surprised to see no <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>stormsstrong> <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>todaystrong> along the dryline, but if <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>stormsstrong> are able to form, ingredients are quite favorable for <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>severestrong> weather. Very large, damaging hail will be the main threat with any storm that is able to form this afternoon. A tornado is not out of the question. If <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>stormsstrong> are able to form into a cluster or complex this evening, the threat for damaging outflow winds would also increase.

We’ll have a better idea by noontime with how many <strong class=’StrictlyAutoTagBold’>stormsstrong> we expect, or if we’ll even get any at all. Storms will remain northwest of D/FW as a strong cap will remain in place.

David Reimer

Owner at Texas Storm Chasers
David began chasing storms in the fall of 2008 just as mobile technology was emerging. After only chasing part-time in the 2013 & 2014 seasons he is looking forward to the 2015 spring storm season! His chase partner just so happens to be the love of his life, Paige Burress!