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Overnight Storm Chances Continue Through Saturday

Dan Brounoff
June 06, 2018 - 6:33 am
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Hail fell across parts of the Metroplex early Wednesday morning. The Colony, Carrollton, Coppell, Hebron, Valley Ranch, Euless, Irving and Arlington were all hit.

Image via National Weather Service Fort Worth

*High Yest: 94; Precip: 0.00”;YTD Precip: 17.90”; Surplus: 0.92”*

Normal High: 89; Normal Low: 70

Nations High: 114 @ Death Valley, CA; Low: 30 @ Sisters, OR.

Today: Morning storms SE of DFW, becoming mostly sunny hot and humid. High: Mid to upper 90s. Wind: SE 5-15 mph.

Tonight: Partly cloudy and humid. Low: Mid 70s. Wind: ESE 5-10 mph.

Tomorrow: Chance of morning storms, afternoon sun. Continued hot. High: Mid 90s. Heat index 101-106.Wind: South 15-25 mph.

Friday: Chance of morning storms, afternoon sun. Continued hot. High: Mid 90s. Heat index 101-106.

Weekend: Sunny and hot. High: Mid to upper 90s. Heat index 101-106.

Monday and Tuesday: Mostly sunny, continued hot. High: Mid 90s.​

  • Overnight monster hail (baseballs) hits parts of the Metroplex.
  • Damage occurring in highly populated areas.
  • Overnight storm chances continue through Saturday.
  • Mid 90’s will be the rule through the weekend.
  • Heat index values near 105 during peak heating.
  • Lots of humidity through the weekend.
  • June’s rainfall: 0.20”; Deficit: <0.53”>