Another Hot Day, Chance Of Severe Storms Increases

Dan Brounoff
June 19, 2019 - 7:20 am

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A level 3 out of 5 is in place across most of north Texas late this afternoon through this evening. A level 2 is in place elsewhere. Please stay weather aware.

Severe threat vanishes Thursday - Sunday with only slight storm chances through this weekend.

A stormy weather pattern may be returning next Monday and Tuesday.

  • Morning storms moving out. Avg. rain totals….0.50”
  • Level 3 out of 5 for severe storms between 4pm and 10pm
  • Hail, WIND, flash flooding, dangerous lightning.
  • Heating up Thursday and Friday. Heat index values near 102.
  • Isolated late afternoon storms this weekend.
  • Storm chances return early next week.
  • Yest Rain: 0.00”; June Rain: 3.21”; Surplus: 0.77”


Yesterday: High: 93; Low: 70; 2019 Rain: 22.99”; Surplus: 4.30”  

Normals: High: 92; Low: 72 - Record high: 104 (2011); Low: 56 (1912)



Today: Morning clouds/afternoon sunshine. Steamy! Severe storm threat 4pm-10pm.  Threats: Hail, WIND, flash flooding, dangerous lightning. High: Low to mid 90s. Wind: S 10-15 mph.

Tonight: Scattered storms and muggy. Low: Near 70. Wind: South 5-15 mph.

Thursday: Morning showers, afternoon sun. Hot and humid. Highs: Mid 90s. Heat index: Low 100s. Wind: South 10-20 mph.

Friday: Sunny and hot. An isolated storm late. High: Mid 90s. Heat index: Low 100s.

Weekend: Partly cloudy, hot and humid. Scattered storms return. Best chance late Sunday. High: Low 90s.

Mon and Tues: Partly cloudy. Scattered storms. High: Upper 80s.​