Storm Chances Return Later Today Through Thursday

Dan Brounoff
June 18, 2019 - 6:53 am

Morning storms about 100 miles to the west of Fort Worth up Ranger Hill right now. They will slowly weaken as the continue to move ESE. There is a small chance areas along and west of I-35W could see some light rain before 9am, but chances are slim.

We have two more chances for storms over the next 48 hours. Late tonight, then again tomorrow late afternoon through the evening.

Tomorrow's storms will pack more of a punch, because they'll be forming during peak heating. Hail and wind will be the threats.

Thursday and Friday look dry, hot and humid, with the exception of Thursday before noon, where a few leftover storms may be taking their last breath.

  • National Weather Service verified at least 2 tornadoes on Sunday.
  • Dying morning storms to our west.
  • Storm chances return for some later today -> early Thursday.
  • Heating up Thursday and Friday. Slight storm chance late Friday.
  • Storm chances return late into the weekend.
  • Yest Rain: 0.00”; June Rain: 3.21”; Surplus: 0.90”


Yesterday: High: 87; Low: 64; 2019 Rain: 22.99”; Surplus: 4.43”  

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


Today: Morning clouds/afternoon sunshine. Scattered storms, especially towards midnight. High: Low 90s. Wind: S 5-10 mph.

Tonight: Scattered storms and muggy. Low: Low 70s. Wind: South 5-10 mph.

Wednesday: Scattered late afternoon and evening storms. Some severe. Threats: Pocket change hail and wind. High: Low 90s.

Thursday and Friday: Partly sunny, hot and humid. Highs: Mid 90s. Heat index near 100.

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

Monday: Partly cloudy. Scattered storms. High: Upper 80s.​