From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Tuesday, 31 March 2015 12:49 CDT
We are looking at the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms later this afternoon and tonight across the northern portions of north and central Texas. Thunderstorms are not guaranteed to occur, and most of us will not see severe weather today. However, there is a risk for thunderstorms to develop, and those that do will likely produce severe weather. A short PDF has been attached that shows the key points, areas, and confidence. This will not be our only chance for severe thunderstorms this week, as Thursday appears to have a better chance for severe weather.
There is a chance of severe thunderstorms, especially north of Interstate 20/30 today. Emergency Mangers, public safety officials and storm spotters should be prepared for the possibility of a few hours’ worth of strong to severe thunderstorms. Thunderstorms near the Red River will likely be the strongest and will likely contain the largest hail. Clusters of thunderstorms are the most likely mode, with a few supercells possible.