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Thunderstorms With Hail Through Thursday

North and Central Texas


Isolated severe or strong thunderstorms are possible on Wednesday, with mainly a threat of large hail. These storms could start as early as 7:00 am and continue through midday, affecting the I-20 and I-30 corridors.

South Central and Southwest Arkansas, North Central and Northwest Louisiana, Southeast Oklahoma, and East and Northeast Texas


A Slight Risk of severe weather is highlighted for portions of the region today, with the rest of the area in either a Marginal Risk or General Thunderstorm. All modes of severe weather will be possible. However, there is a potential for large hail more significant than two inches in diameter across the Slight Risk area. The extreme weather risk should be the highest from this afternoon into the late evening hours.


There is the potential for hail greater than two inches in diameter across portions of the area today. The most significant risk will come in the yellow-hatched outlook area.


A Moderate Risk of severe weather is highlighted across much of the region, with an Enhanced Risk for the remainder of the area on Thursday afternoon through Thursday night. All modes of severe weather will be possible with potentially high-end threats in play. Stay tuned for the latest forecast information, and remember, now is the time to prepare!


Severe weather is likely across the entire region Thursday afternoon, continuing into the overnight hours. The above graphic shows the different tornado, severe hail, and severe wind outlooks. Areas in the significant hatched area have the best chances to see strong EF2 or more significant tornadoes, damaging winds of 70-80 mph, and hail 2″ in diameter or greater.