7:02pm update: Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Hill, Johnson and Bosque counties.
Update 5:40pm: Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Hood, Palo Pinto, Erath and Parker counties.
Update until 10pm: Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for Dallas and Tarrant counties through 10 p.m. There is a risk of strong winds and heavy hail, so please be aware of the weather when we go in the evening.
NORTH TEXAS (CBSNewsTexas.com) — If you go outside today, you are likely to see widespread severe storms in the afternoon and evening.
Earlier today, hurricanes in Oklahoma cut through our northeast counties, accompanied by hail and strong winds in Lamar and Red River counties.
North Texas has cloudy skies and temperatures higher than the 90s until about 3 p.m. Today, strong to severe storms are likely to develop due to increased daytime temperatures, flow boundaries from hurricanes and hurricanes. hurricane Oklahoma and the dry road to our west.
Please be aware of the weather and keep an eye on the sky if you are outside as the storm will quickly become severe.
Coverage will continue to increase through the evening as the storms move east.
The main threats are strong winds, egg-sized hail and localized flooding. The tornado threat is low but not zero.
The storms will end around 10 p.m. tonight as they move into East Texas. Then North Texas had another hot Sunday afternoon with temperatures approaching 100 degrees and feeling close to 103 degrees at times.
A weak forward boundary will emerge across North Texas tomorrow and could trigger a few storms Sunday night if they can cross the line. These storms can bring heavy hail and damaging winds. However, coverage will be less than Saturday.
After temperatures drop a bit to start the work week, the heat will pick up and North Texas will return to triple digits with temperatures nearing 105 degrees Celsius.
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