The threat of severe weather should slowly lower over the next few hours across North Texas and the Big Country. A couple storms will continue to be capable of producing hail up to the size of quarters and localized wind gusts over 60 MPH. The threat for localized flooding is also there as storms are producing very heavy rains. Storms should move into the immediate D/FW metroplex sometime after 1 AM. The line of storms now extends west to Abilene and all the way west to Andrews near the New Mexico border. All this activity is moving east/southeast around 25-30 MPH. Some storms out in the Big Country and West Texas may produce marginally severe hail overnight. Likewise the threat for localized flash flooding will also exist.

  • For weather updates overnight I suggest you follow your local National Weather Service office on social media or on their website at
  • We do have a free interactive weather radar available on our website here. You can use it to track activity near you – or on the other side of the state.
  • Got our free mobile app yet? Go check it out in your app store by searching for ‘Texas Storm Chasers’. It also has our free interactive weather radar included.
  • Heavy rain and localized flooding will become the main problem after 3 AM. A few storms with quarter size hail and damaging wind gusts could occur overnight.

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