After the quick line of strong storms rolled in mid afternoon as expected, we have cleared out in the metroplex. Some storms produced up to quarter size hail and 50mph winds.
We will remain clear overnight with cold air settling in. We will fall to the upper 30s to lower 40s in the area.
We will be sunny and nice tomorrow into Thursday with highs in the 60s tomorrow, with 70s by Thursday.
A cold front will approach the area Friday with severe weather expected. This has the potential to be our first significant severe weather event of the season. A cold front will cause widespread storm development during the evening. We will have ample instability, and we will have extreme severe weather parameters. Stay tuned as this looks like our first significant severe weather event of the season. All modes of severe weather are possible.
We will be cloudy and cold on Saturday with highs in the lower 50s.
We rebound to near 70° on Sunday with scattered storms during the evening. A strong to severe storm is possible.
Next week looks mainly quiet, but a few storms are possible later in the week.