North and Central Texas.
Today and Tonight
Strong to severe thunderstorms will be possible this afternoon across Central Texas. Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary threats. North Texas does not expect severe weather, but lightning from any storm will be a hazard. Additionally, heavy precipitation may lead to a minor flooding threat.
In Northeast and East Texas, rain chances to continue today as an upper-level low-pressure system meanders near the region. Coverage will be at its highest during the afternoon and evening hours with peak heating. Later this afternoon, a cluster of storms will develop across Central Texas as a disturbance moves over that region around the peripheral of the upper low. These storms could hold together and move across East Texas and adjacent Northern and Central Louisiana late this evening. Some of the stronger storms could bring some localized gusty winds, small hail, and torrential downpours. Isolated flash flooding is possible.
Thursday through Tuesday
Storm chances will linger into Thursday, some of which could be strong. Lightning will be the main hazard.
SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT
Limited spotter activation may be requested this afternoon and evening, mainly across Central Texas. Activation for Northeast Texas is not expected today.