Today has been cloudy, and tomorrow will be much of the same across North Texas.
TOMORROW: Clouds will be with us tomorrow with mostly cloudy to partly sunny skies expected across the area. Our airmass will be very unstable with highs in the upper 80s. We continue to monitor hi-res guidance for any sign of isolated severe storm development tomorrow afternoon. Therefore, we will enter a 10% POP tomorrow afternoon to account for this potential. Any storm will mainly produce a large hail threat. Coverage will be zero to low, but we will monitor the model guidance tomorrow.
TOMORROW NIGHT: A warm front will lift north through the region tomorrow night, and isolated storms will develop along it. Any storm that develops may produce strong winds and hail. The highest risk for storms will be north of I/20.
SUNDAY: A dryline will move towards our western continues during the afternoon. Scattered thunderstorm development will take place, and any storm may quickly turn severe with large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes. The exact location of the dryline is still unknown, but it appears like it will set up just west of I/35, but storms will track northeast/east into the metroplex during the evening posing a severe risk.
NEXT WEEK: Widespread storms return next week, especially Monday through Thursday. Very heavy rain is expected during this timeframe, and a few severe storms will be possible with damaging winds and large hail Monday-Tuesday. 3-6" of rain is expected next week.
Have a great evening and stay up to date with the storms this weekend and next week.