A TORNADO WATCH is in effect through 2:00 am tonight. All possible are a few tornadoes, damaging winds up to 80 mph, and hail up to three inches in diameter. So pay close attention to the weather, and have a way to receive warnings tonight! The threat of tornadoes is higher across North Texas, especially along the Red River.
HAZARDOUS WEATHER OUTLOOK
Scattered to numerous storms are expected to develop rapidly
the evening hours across western North and Central Texas, mainly in a
severe squall line before quickly overspreading areas further east
through the pre-dawn hours Tuesday morning.
Some storms may be severe with damaging winds and with a few brief
tornadoes possible as well, mainly along and north of I-20 and
I-30. With the most potent severe storms, a few instances of large hail up to a quarter or half dollar size will be possible.
Monday through Saturday.
Storm chances return late Tuesday and continue through the end of the
week. Some intense storms will be possible, along with locally heavy
rain. More details regarding the Tuesday through Friday activity should become known early in the workweek.