With warm weather in the region, storm development is more likely as a front will move through Tuesday afternoon/evening.
All of the ingredients are in place for there to be a significant weather event Tuesday afternoon.
Scattered showers will be expected during most of the day, with some minor storms popping up here and there.
With warm, moist air coming up from the Gulf, the cool front moving through will cause storms to begin to develop early afternoon west of DFW. As the day progresses, the line of storms will strengthen as it moves east.
The greatest chance for severe weather will be generally east of the I-35 corridor during the late afternoon/early evening hours.
The greatest threats during these storms will be damaging winds in excess of 60 mph, large hail, and possibly tornadoes. The greatest chance for tornadoes will be east of a Bonham to Greenville to Palestine line.
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Stay safe and stay tuned.