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September 19th 5PM Texas Severe Weather Nowcast

A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect through 11 PM for Northwest Texas, West-Central Texas, and portions of Texoma and the Big Country. Over the next several hours, the strongest storms may produce very large hail up to the size of tennis balls and localized damaging wind gusts up to 70 MPH. Locally heavy rainfall, cloud-to-ground lightning, and perhaps a brief tornado.

One storm has fired up in northwestern Denton County, moving southeast at about 25 MPH. Pocket-change size hail and strong winds are likely. We’ll watch that storm as it continues to move into D/FW.

Scattered storms are firing up on the dryline across West-Central Texas south into the eastern Permian Basin. Those storms may become severe and supercelluar, with a threat of large to very large hail over the next several hours. Mean storm motion will be east, but some storms may move northeast and others southeast (thanks to splitting supercells).


Storms may continue into the evening hours and make their way back into portions of Northwest Texas, Texoma, the Big Country, and some of North Texas. Storms should start calming down late this evening, but some may remain strong late into the night.

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