The active severe weather pattern seen over the past couple of weeks will continue today (Thursday) with the potential for more severe thunderstorms. The threat will not be as widespread as what we have been seeing for the last several days, although isolated storms could be rather intense.
Isolated severe thunderstorms will be possible in western Texas and New Mexico while scattered severe thunderstorms will be possible for the northeast. Expect damaging winds, hail, and possibly even tornadoes.
Strong storms will start to fire off in western Texas during the afternoon on Thursday. Around 5 to 6 PM, New Mexico should start to see these strong to severe storms, as well.
These storms will linger overnight into early Friday morning.
Storms will hit the northeast a little earlier than the south region. These storms will start around 10 AM and last til around 8 PM.
After, we'll see rain showers hang around the northeast, but no severe weather is expected overnight.
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