A cold front is expected to move into North Texas tomorrow (Thursday), and we expect storms to begin to fire up and develop along this front by late afternoon Thursday. If storms are able to develop, there will be a good chance that they will become strong, if not severe. The highest risk will be for lightning with large hail and damaging winds being the next highest. There is a risk for flash flooding with a relatively LOW tornado risk. The best chance for strong to severe storms will be late in the day on Thursday.
Areas in North Texas not included in this "Enhanced" risk will be under a "Slight" risk, as represented by the area circled in Yellow. Again, this is NOT set in stone, and COULD change as well. Areas under this "Slight" risk as of tomorrow afternoon could possibly see the threat of large hail and isolated tornadoes CANNOT be ruled out.