Scattered rain showers have developed in Collin and Dallas Counties and are moving NE. Overall coverage of rain today will be near 60%, with some storms becoming marginally severe. The overall severe risk is NOT high, but it's not zero. A few storms, especially this afternoon and tonight, may produce quarter to half dollar size hail with damaging winds in excess of 65mph. An isolated tornado is also possible. Heavy rain will be a LARGE threat this afternoon and tonight, along with localized flash flooding. By tomorrow, flash flooding will turn from localized to more widespread, especially in those low-lying areas. Remember - Turn around, don't drown. Widespread rain is expected to continue throughout this week with NO winter precipitation, but our far western and northwestern counties may have a small window for freezing rain on Wednesday morning-afternoon with very minor ice accumulations possible. NO winter weather is expected on Wednesday in DFW, but highs will struggle to reach 40° during the afternoon. Widespread showers are still likely Thursday and Friday with possibly another severe risk (especially east of Dallas) by next Saturday. Spotty showers possible next Sunday, but I think the majority stay dry.
Have a great day, North Texas! ;)