Severe weather risks continue Tuesday for North Texas

NORTH TEXAS — Storms threatening North Texas Tuesday night moved farther west, leaving most of North Texas at marginal risk, the lowest level.

The slight risk of severe storms comes from a line running south from Wichita Falls to Comanche and west.

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Dry storms moving east will encounter a relatively stable air mass and are expected to weaken as they move east.

The weather alert will remain in effect for potential severe storms in the west. CBS News Texas meteorologists will continue to monitor the potential for storm redevelopment near sunrise and into the Wednesday morning commute.

The storms will look nothing like Tuesday morning due to much lower airborne loads. We could still see some small hail and damaging wind gusts.

GRAF has isolated storms that weaken as they approach DFW and arrive earlier. Overall, the models haven’t handled the bad weather we’ve been experiencing lately very well.

It is important to stay informed about the weather and be aware of the latest forecasts. Make sure you have multiple ways to receive warnings.

The First Alert Weather Team has issued a weather warning for Thursday night into Friday morning due to the threat of stronger storms and torrential rain.

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The risk of flooding will continue until the end of the week as cumulative precipitation continues to accumulate on already saturated ground. It won’t take much for additional flooding and flash flooding in the area.

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