Updated at 6:15 a.m. Sunday with the latest information.
We will continue to battle quite a bit of fog across North Texas. Some locations will see visibility drop down below a quarter of a mile. This will make for poor driving conditions, so give yourself plenty of space between you and the car in front of you. A Dense Fog Advisory was issued for the counties in gray through noon on Sunday.
Our next storm arrives on Sunday. It will start off with spotty showers tonight into Sunday morning, but most of the day will be cloudy with a light rain/drizzle.
Sunday into Monday
The overall rain chance for Sunday during the day is low. As the warm front lifts north into Northeast Texas it will trigger some scattered showers and storms. A few of these storms that develop along the warm front have the ability to produce some large hail. More organized storms are expected as the cold front moves in Sunday night into early Monday morning.
During the time we are in what is called the warm sector of this storm, we will see a surge of moisture increasing our dewpoints and instability. The cold front will sweep through in the overnight hours and trigger a line of showers and thunderstorms.
Check out this video below for timing of the two rounds of storms:
This line of storms will have the capability to have strong winds and large hail as it moves from west to east. The threat is much lower, but a quick spin-up tornado not out of the question.
Stay with the WFAA Weather team as we get closer and iron out the timing and location of exactly where we could see storms turn severe Sunday.
The front is out of North Texas by Monday morning and clearing skies are expected. We will finally see the sun come back out! Just a few more days until then.
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