Chance Of Scattered Showers And Strong Storms Possible Across North Texas

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By NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

It's a comfortable morning across north Texas! Many areas have fallen into the mid to upper fifties! Our average low is 67!

Once we get past tomorrow, a drying and warming trend is on the way!

As we move through this afternoon and evening, a slow moving strong upper level disturbance will dive out of Oklahoma and move across north and central Texas late today through tomorrow. Scattered strong to severe storms will start to break out this afternoon.

Storm chances will be increasing this afternoon, especially across Central Texas. Strong to severe storms will be possible. Large hail and damaging winds will be the primary threats. Heavy rain may lead to some localized flooding. #dfwwx #ctxwx #txwx pic.twitter.com/nR1Us12Fdp

— NWS Fort Worth (@NWSFortWorth) May 27, 2020

The greatest threat for large hail damaging winds and an isolated tornado will be a good 60 miles south and southwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth area. This is where a level 2 and 3 out of 5 for severe weather is possible. I am not overly concerned for severe weather across the Metroplex today.

12:57am CDT #SPC Day1 Outlook Enhanced Risk: over much of central texas https://t.co/GtEvHPMjG6 pic.twitter.com/Xzn1mOrnbh

— NWS Storm Prediction Center (@NWSSPC) May 27, 2020

Your weather tomorrow won't be too bad, with just a few scattered showers and storms possible during the afternoon and evening hours.

After that, Friday through the weekend we'll bask in plenty of sunshine with​ a drying trend taking shape. Afternoon highs will creep up into the mid to upper eighties with morning lows in the mid to upper sixties.

As of now, all of next week looks dry with high temperatures In the low nineties, morning lows in the low seventies.

 

Headlines:

  • Scattered strong storms today. Severe threat south and SW of DFW.
  • Below normal temps stick around through Friday.
  • A beautiful weekend ahead.
  • No rain through early next week as we warm to near 90.

 

*Yest Rain: 0.01”; *Yest High: 73; Low: 63
*Today’s Averages: High: 87; Low: 67
*Record high : 103: (1928); Low: 47: (1901)

 

*May Rain: 7.54”; Surplus: 3.43”

*2020 Rain: 25.07”; Surplus: 9.61”

*Sunrise: 6:22 am; Sunset: 8:29 pm

 

 

Today: Partly cloudy and warm. Scattered strong and storms. Severe threat south and SW of DFW. High: Low 80s. Wind: NW 5 mph.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cool. A few leftover storms. Low: 60-63. Wind: NW 5 mph.

Tomorrow: Partly cloudy and nice. An isolated afternoon storms. Most stay dry. High: Low 80s. Wind: NW 5-10 mph.

Friday: Mostly sunny and warm. Drying out. High: Mid 80s.

Weekend: A nice weekend! Sunny and a tad warmer. Mid to upper 80s.

Monday and Tuesday: Mostly sunny and warm. High: Near 90.