We continue to track a boundary that should be the focus for scattered severe storms this evening in Oklahoma. These storms are yet to really sustain, so we will watch if these can even develop. There is also an area of concern is western parts of Texas that a few storms may travel into our area later tonight...
These storms through about 10PM should continue to grow into a cluster, and could turn severe with large hail and damaging winds, assuming they develop.
These storms will move into North Texas but should be weakening as they close in on the DFW metroplex as they will run into an area that's less supportive of severe weather given the forecasted increase of convective inhibition that should arise in the metroplex. HOWEVER, it's still possible for a few severe storms in the metroplex and the entire forecast for this evening strongly depends on whether these storms out west and north can develop and how intense they are able to be etc... will place 30% storm chances for the metroplex and higher chances NW of the area... I don't have any widespread storms or any widespread severe weather in my forecast at this time.
We will watch a cluster of storms that will also move across Oklahoma during the morning hours tomorrow that might have a small impact on our local area getting clipped by this system. Will have silent 10-20% chances of rain tomorrow... most if not all of North Texas should stay dry.
We will dry out and heat up next week with a fairly boring pattern. Any nocturnal MCS should stay away from North Texas next week, but we will watch if any trend develops for sometime next week.