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Storms mainly east of Dallas-Fort Worth the rest of Sunday

Storm threat and severe threat for the D-FW area has decreased due to a strong "cap" in place. Areas east of D-FW could still storms through Sunday evening.


Our old friend is back. The "cap".

A strong cap has developed over the Dallas-Fort Worth area. This will limit thunderstorm development the rest of today in the D-FW area.

However, just to the east of D-FW the cap is weaker, so thunderstorms are possible through the evening. Some of which could be severe with large hail (up to the size of golf balls the main threat.

Credit: WFAA
Storms are most likely Sunday afternoon and evening across northeastern North Texas.

Elsewhere clearing will continue with temps climbing into the 80s across the western half of North Texas during the afternoon.

Any thunderstorms the do develop will move east during the afternoon and evening with most of North Texas storm-free by this evening into tonight.


Several storms moved across the Dallas-Fort Worth area bringing hail the size of golf balls to some locations.

Here's a Facebook Live from when the storms went through the D-FW area earlier:

Severe storms in the DFW area with a hail threat. Meteorologist Kyle Roberts is tracking the storms!

Posted by WFAA on Sunday, April 19, 2020


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