Severe Storms for Texas and Oklahoma Into This Evening
A severe thunderstorm watch has been issued for parts of Texas until midnight CT for possible winds to as high as 70 mph, hail to the size of 1.5″ in diameter, and an isolated tornado or two.
The Storm Prediction Center has issued a Slight to Marginal risk for isolated to scattered severe storms on Monday. This includes the risk for damaging wind and hail and there will also be a chance for tornadoes.
All modes of severe are in the forecast today and that includes the risk for tornadoes over Texas and Oklahoma later this afternoon and evening. If you are located in any of these areas under a risk for severe weather, you will want to make sure you have your severe weather plan in place to protect yourself and your family.
The timing of today’s severe storms will be during the afternoon and evening hours. Here is the a look at the latest timing for today’s strong storms.
By this evening there could be a line of intense storms moving through cities like Dallas and Oklahoma City.
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