Severe Weather Threat Returns for North Texas

Storm clouds | Image by Frank Wagner/Shutterstock
Storm clouds | Image by Frank Wagner/Shutterstock

Severe weather returns to north Texas on Thursday, NBC 5 DFW reports:

“A Flood Watch is in effect for North Texas, including Dallas and Fort Worth, until Thursday night. Additional rainfall on already saturated ground could lead to flooding problems across parts of the area today.

“Another round of thunderstorms is likely and all of North Texas is under a Level 2 threat risk. While the storms on Thursday will be more scattered, they could also turn severe. The primary threats are large hail, damaging winds, and a tornado or two.

“The National Weather Service said the chance for storms increases after 1 p.m. and that the most likely time for storms to develop is between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m., with lower chances continuing into the evening.”

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