Scattered showers and storms are possible once again today, but not everyone will see them. As we head into the heat of the day, spotty t-storms will develop across the area or develop and then move into North Texas during the afternoon or evening.

As has been the case the last several days, higher coverage looks to be across western North Texas and lower coverage across eastern North Texas. While some storms will be out there, coverage at any give time does not look high. Therefore, don't be surprised if you don't see rain today. If we see t-storms, there's a chance a couple could be strong to severe. The overall severe risk is very low, but a storm or two could have up to quarter size hail or 60 mph winds.

Some lingering storms are possible overnight especially across western/southwestern areas, but most of North Texas looks dry.

Shower and storm chances look even lower tomorrow with only very isolated activity (coverage less than 10%). As we head through the rest of the week into the weekend, rain chances decrease and the heat builds. Highs will be in the 90s through the weekend as summer-time temps arrive a little early in North Texas.