A dry line will move into the western counties of North and Central Texas this afternoon. Scattered thunderstorms are expected to form along the dryline mid to late afternoon. The storms will move east and form a squall line as they approach the I-35 corridor in the Metroplex. They will move across Northeast Texas overnight. Damaging winds and large hail are the main threat. Isolated tornadoes will also be possible with storms that develop first and possibly along the leading edge of the squall lie. Localized flooding could also occur with a better threat for flooding east of I-35 during the overnight hours.
Wednesday through Monday there is a chance of thunderstorms east of a Sherman to Lampasas line. Storm chances return to areas southwest of a Jacksboro, Waco, to Centerville by Thursday afternoon and area wide Thursday night into Friday evening. Thunderstorm chances return again Sunday night and continue through next Monday.
Spotter activation is likely west of the I-35 corridor late this afternoon and early evening. Spotter activation is likely along and east of the I-35 corridor evening through the overnight hours.