Author: Jenny Brown

Sunday July 9th Outlook – Scattered Strong Storms Possible for North Central, Northeast, East, Southeast TX

Similar to yesterday, portions of north central Texas, Northeast Texas, East Texas and Southeast Texas are all under a Marginal Risk (Level 1) outlook for scattered strong to severe storms this afternoon.  Along the coast this morning, pop-up showers have already formed offshore and will begin to blossom inland between noon and 1pm this afternoon.  Movement of storms will be slow which means isolated flash flooding may be possible under some of the stronger cells.  Further to the north along the Red River, storms are ongoing this morning with the expectation that we’ll see additional development after 2-3 pm...

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Saturday July 8th Outlook – Hot with Scattered Showers & Storms During The Afternoon

Our weather pattern has been, and will remain, pretty consistent with seasonally hot and humid conditions and the threat of scattered afternoon showers and storms bubbling up.  Overnight storms across parts of the panhandle and Oklahoma have sent an outflow boundary south towards the Red River this morning. Another complex of storms last night over Arkansas has sent its outflow boundary west towards northeast Texas.  Where those boundaries end up by this afternoon is expected to become the focus for isolated to scattered strong storm development.  The most recent outlook from the Storm Prediction Center has placed a portion...

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Thursday July 6th Outlook – Quieter today but storms still in the forecast

An outflow boundary from yesterday’s storms across the DFW metro area has shifted just south of the I-20 corridor.  This boundary is not expected to move much today and should later become the focus for renewed showers and thunderstorms this afternoon and evening.  The good news is that coverage of storms is expected to be less than what we saw yesterday…at least that’s the current thinking.  Regardless of where the best chances for storms are forecast today, it’s always best to keep an eye on the weather as we get into the afternoon hours.  If you see storms forming...

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Wednesday July 5th Outlook – Storms in the forecast for NE and North Central TX

Rain and storm chances today will be concentrated across portions of northeast Texas and north central Texas where the Storm Prediction Center has placed a Marginal Risk (Level 1) for severe weather today.  Rain and thunder from an overnight convective system will continue to slowly push southeast across northeast Texas this morning bringing gusty winds, frequent lightning and heavy downpours across the region.   Additional development further west is possible this afternoon mainly for areas along and south of the I-20 corridor.  A few storms could become marginally severe with damaging wind gusts as the main threat.  Folks out...

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Sunday July 2nd – Seasonably Hot Today with Chances for a few Storms This Afternoon & Overnight

Most of the state will remain hot and dry today…but we do have a couple of chances for strong to severe storms later this afternoon across parts of north central Texas and once again across the panhandle region.  For north central Texas, the remains of a boundary kicked off by storms across the panhandle overnight will contribute to the chance for development this afternoon mainly for areas north of the I-20 corridor up towards the Red River.  A few of the storms could become marginally severe with downburst winds, hail and frequent lightning as the main threats. For the panhandle...

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