From Staff Reports

Bottom Line

There will be a threat for severe weather this afternoon and evening, mainly along and east of the Interstate 35 corridor. Large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes are all possible. Locally heavy rain may also occur.


  • Scattered to numerous storms should develop late this morning/early this afternoon and continue through this evening. 
  • Scattered storms will develop ahead of the dryline by midday.
  • Storms will become more numerous mid to late afternoon along the I-35 corridor as they develop immediately along the dryline.
  • Storms will organize into a line of storms and move east across eastern North/Central Texas late afternoon through this evening.
  • Some of these storms may become severe, with large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes all possible.
  • Locally heavy rain may also produce flooding in some areas.
  • Precipitation will exit to the east late evening or overnight. 

Areas of Concern and Impacts

Forecast Total Rainfall Through Tonight

Threats/Hazardous Weather Types

Forecaster Confidence

What We Are Certain Of:  

  • An active day of thunderstorms still remains on target for later today.
  • The severe threat is highest in the afternoon and evening, and along/east of I-35.

What We Are Less Certain Of:

  • How intense the midday convection ahead of the dryline will be, and to what degree it will pose a tornado threat.

When will the next email update be sent? 

  • This will be the final email for this event.

Additional Resources 

NWS Fort Worth Homepage

Hourly Forecasts (Click your location)

NWS Fort Worth Weather Tabs

NWS Fort Worth Hazard Pages,TODAY


Who’s eligible for NWSChat 

NWS Fort Worth Briefing Page

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