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Last Map Update: Mon, Mar. 27, 2017 at 9:22:18 pm CDT

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Here is the latest information on scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms expected across North Texas Tuesday afternoon and especially overnight Tuesday night. There is a threat for severe thunderstorms across parts of the area Tuesday afternoon, mainly northwest of the Metroplex. By late Tuesday night, a squall line is expected to move through the region. Severe weather will be possible Tuesday afternoon through the overnight hours. There is a low chance of additional severe thunderstorms developing behind the squall line Wednesday mainly east of Interstate 35.
More rain and storms are expected this coming weekend, starting Saturday and potentially continuing into next Monday. Severe weather and flooding may be possible this weekend. Stay tuned for the latest information on timing, evolution, severe weather and flooding risks, and storm threats.
This is an image of radar estimated hail size and hail swath tracks with actual measurements overlaid. There were 4 significant swaths of large hail across North and Central Texas with the most significant occurring from south of Decatur through southern Denton county where multiple reports of baseball size hail occurred.

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