Another round of storms can make an appearance for the evening hours today as a near stationary front moves into the Concho Valley from the northwest and interacts with the dry line situated to our west.
- Isolated severe thunderstorms possible for this evening and overnight
- Western counties are under a slight risk for scattered strong storms
- Main threats include damaging winds, large hail, and isolated tornadoes
Portions of Crockett, Reagan, Irion, Sterling, Coke, and Tom Green counties are under a slight risk for severe weather with the potential of seeing some isolated strong to severe storms move through the area. The main threats with these storms will be damaging winds in excess of 60 mph, hail up to golf ball size, frequent lightning, and the possibility of an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
Once the stationary front interacts with the dryline we will see some rapid development of thunderstorms primarily over our western counties. These isolated super cells have the potential to become severe at a moments notice as they move primarily to the north-northeast.
Southeastern counties remain under a marginal risk for this evening but could also see an isolated thunderstorm develop tonight.