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Last Map Update: Mon, Apr 15, 2024 at 7:48:14 am CDT

Thunderstorms are expected to develop near a dryline across West Texas late this afternoon, then move east-northeast into western North Texas this evening when the main window for severe storms occurs north of I-20 and west of I-35. A cap aloft should help storms weaken during the overnight hours and early Tuesday, though a few strong storms may occur. Scattered storms redevelop along an advancing Pacific cold front later Tuesday morning with strong storms mainly across East Texas. Large to very large hail and damaging winds are the primary severe hazards this coming evening, then just small hail and gusty winds with any stronger storms thereafter. Flooding is not a concern with this event.
After a dry, warm midweek period, a cold front and a series of upper- level disturbances will bring cooler, wetter conditions to the region late in the week into the coming weekend. There will be threats for some strong or severe thunderstorms, mainly on Thursday, and a period of heavy rainfall is possible over the weekend.

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